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TDIE GRAY yOOREFIELD 




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in 2013 



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Published by 

the Senior Class of 

King High School 

King, North Carolina 





Preface 



It is the end of another school year at King High. . . 
a time to pause and reflect., .to review the events that 
have passed. . . .In many ways, it was a wonderful year. , . 
a year of working , of planning , of participating , of 
playing 

Each day was filled with little things. . .a misplaced 
homework paper. . .a locker that wouldn't open. . .hours 
of classroom note -taking. . .cramming for exams. . .the 
evenings with two club meetings, a senior play practice, 
a part-time job, and the prospect of three tests the next 
day .... 

There were big moments too. . . moments remembered 
with thoughts both happy and melancholy. . .the first day 
of high school for ninth graders. . .the crowning of Miss 
King High to the theme of "Autumn Leaves". . .Stokes 
County voters approving consolidation. .. another suc- 
cessful basketball season. . .seniors being accepted for 
college. ..a year's work culminating in the annual 
achievement day. . .the anticipation of commencement,... 

In many ways, large and small, this year was a 
wonderful one. . . .For six hours and forty -five minutes of 
five days a week of nine- months, this was life at King 
High. 



KAREN EDWARDS Associate Editor 

BONNIE KIRBY Editor 






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Elementary Academic 
' Life 







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Sports and Features 





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High School 

Academic Life 



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Clubs and 

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Advertisements 



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Administration 



Mr. O. T. Neal, Principal of King High School, 
spent his years of preparation for teaching and ad- 
ministration at Guilford College with advanced study 
at Duke University. After several years of successful 
social studies teaching and coaching, he became 
principal five years ago. The community and student 
body are indebted to him for nearly twenty years of 
service to King High. 




MR. O. T. NEAL 
Principal 



MRS . PAT McGEE 
School Secretary 



MR. JAMES 

UNDERWOOD 

School Treasurer 



Education in King 





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To You 



for your helpfulness as a teacher. . .f or your kind 
understanding of our daily problems. . .for your guidance 
in student activities. . .and for your capable coaching of 
our athletic teams, we dedicate this 1963 EAGLE, MR. 
SID WILLIAMS. 



Within These Walls 





...are created the sounds of school life at King 
High. . .pep rallies. . .the cheers that urged our teams 
to victory. . .the teachers' lectures. . .the busy hum of 
club activities. . .the harmony of chorus and band. . . 
the clatter in the dining hall at lunch hour. . .the 
applause for an assembly progra m. . .th e ceaseless 
chatter of students atwork and play. .. .These are the 
sounds of education. 



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James Cox and Wanda Davis inventory glassware before beginning an experiment in sceince lab. 



The academic life of students and teachers is the 
heart of the educational program. Through our classes 
we acquire the tools for thought, for experimentation, 
for calculation, for communication. We acquire the 
essential knowledge for maintaining sound minds and 



bodies so that we may become contributing members in 
our society. We have accepted the challenge of quality 
education, and we are working harder than ever before 
to achieve its standards. 



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Class of 1963 



"G r e a t Caesar's Ghost"... class rings. ..senior 
photos. . .invitations and calling c a rds. . .trying to be 
dignified but still acting like children. . .the great de- 
cisions concerning our futures ... studying hard to make 
that record look as good as possible. . .these are the 
things that have occupied our time and minds during 
this our senior year. 



JOHN SNIDER 
Senior Class President 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 
JOHN SNIDER, President; MARY JANE TUTTLE, Re- Secretary; TERRY TUTTLE, Vice-President, not 

Porter; SYLVIA SPRINKLE, Treasurer; JANICE REDDING, pictured. 




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JUDY ATWOOD 

"One way to keep them down on the farm is 

to pay them for not planting a crop." 

4-H 1,2; Glee Club 4. 

GLENDA BARBER 

"If knowledge is power, I must have blown 

a fuse. " 

4-H 1,2; J. V. Basketball 1. 







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RUBY BARNEYCASTLE 
F.H.A. 1,2. 

FRANKIE BARR 
"Anything worth having is worth waiting 
for." 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Varsity Basketball 1,2,3, 
4; Co -Captain 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi- 
Lite Staff 3; Senior Play 4; Bus Driver 4; 
Class Officer 1,2,3; Homeroom Officer 1, 
2, 3; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 
1,3,4. 



JUDY BARR 
"Why spend your life worrying when you'll 

never get out of it alive?" 
F.H.A. 1; 4-H 1,2; Varsity Basketball 2,3, 
4; Senior Superlative 4; Business Club 4; 
Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; S en ior Service 
League 4; Bus Captain 1,2,4; All-County 
Basketball 3; Co -Captain 4. 

KATHY BENNETT 
"Be at the right place at the right time. " 
4-H 1,2; J. V. Basketball 1; Bus Captain 3, 
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RONALD BINKLEY 

"Do unto others as you would have them do 

unto you. " 

F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; J. V. Basketball 1. 

JACK BOVENDER 
"To strive, to seek, to find, and not to 
yield. " 
Beta Club 2,3,4; Vice-President 3; Math 
Club 2,3,4; Science Club 2,3,4, Reporter 
3; Science Fair Winner 2, 3; Marshal 3; 
Paper Staff 4; Debating 2,3,4; Senior Play 
4; Class Officer 1,2; Student Council 1,2, 
3,4; President of Student Council 4; Orator 
of Boys' State 3; Governor of Boys' State 3; 
North Carolina Senior Senator to Boys' Nation 
3; Senate Floor Leader of Boys' Nation 3 
Winner of World Peace Speaking Contest 3 
Latin Club 3; Basketball Timekeeper 3,4: 
Senior Honor Student 4. 



CAROLE BRANDON 
"Everything is possible for tomorrow— no 
dream too foolish, no goal too high," 
BetaClub 3, 4; Math Club 3,4; Science Club 
2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Miss King High 
Attendant 4; Cheerleader 4, Co-Chief 4; 
Business Club 3,4, Paper Staff 1,3,4, Editor 
4, Associate Editor 3; Debating 2,3,4; Senior 
Play 4; Glee Club 1; Homeroom Officer 2, 
3; Library Club 3; Student Council 2,3,4; 
Basketball Scorekeeper 3, French Club 3; 
World Peace Contestant 3; Majorette 1. 

DIANE BROWDER 
"Say what you think, but think before you 

say it." 
Math Club 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Secretary 
4; Business Club 4; Senior Play Crew 4; 
Glee Club 2, 4; Library Club 3,4; Senior 
Service League 4; French Club 3; Bus Captain 
1,2,4. 







EDWARD BROWDER 
"It matters not what you are thought to be, 

but what you are . " 
F. F.A. 1,2,3,4; Bus Driver 4; Substitute 
Bus Driver 2,3. 

BILLY CHAMBERS 

"Music washes from the soul the dust of 

everyday life." 

F. F. A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H 1, 2; Science Fair 

Winner 3; Senior Play Crew 4; Glee Club 

2,3,4; Band 3; Basketball Manager 3,4. 



Class of 1963 



Honor Student Bonnie Gravely works to 
increase her typing skill. 






JUNIOR COLLINS 
"Study as if you were to live forever. Live 

as if you were to die tomorrow. " 
Science Club 3, 4; Business Club 4; Senior 
Play 4; Homeroom Officer 3; Student Council 
4; Basketball and Baseball Scorekeeper 3,4. 

E. R. CONRAD 
"To worry little and study less is my idea of 

happiness." 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Sentinel 4; 4-H 1,2; J.V. 
Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1,2,4; Senior Su- 
perlative 4; Class Officer 3; Bus Captain 3, 
4. 



STEVE COVINGTON 
"Great men die young, and I'm feeling 
bad." 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H 1,2; J.V. Basketball 
1,2; Baseball 1,2, 3,4; Paper Staff 4; Annual 
Staff 4; Bus Driver 4; Monogram Club 1,2, 
3,4; Student Council 4. 

MELBA CRADDOCK 
"When you get to the end of your rope, tie 

a knot and hang on. " 
4-H 1, 2; Business Club 3; Senior Play 4; 
Library Club 3,4; Senior Service League 4; 
Bus Captain 3,4. 






Class of 1963 



Honor Student Bonnie Kirby puts the 

finishing touches on a project in 

geometry. 



LINDA CROMER 
"Do unto others as they do unto you, but do 

it first. " 
4-H 1, 2; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; J.V-. 
Basketball 1; Pinnacle School 1,2; Softball 
1,2. 



PEGGY EDMONDS 
"Anything worth having is worth waiting 
for." 
F.H.A. 1,2; 4-H 1,2; Glee Club 3; Library 
Club 3; Bus Captain 3,4; Homeroom Of- 
ficer 1. 









KAREN EDWARDS 
"Four things cannot come back: the spoken 
word; the sped arrow; time past; the neg - 

lected opportunity." 
4-H 1, 2; F. H. A. 1,2,3,4; Beta Club 4, 
MathClub4; Science Club3,4; J.V. Basket- 
ball 1; Miss King High Attendant 2; Cheer- 
leader 3, 4; Science Fair Winner 1,2,3; 
Business Club 4; Paper Staff 4; Annual Staff 
4, Associate Editor 4; Senior Play 4; Class 
Officer 1; Student Council 3,4; Booster Club 
1; Senior Service League 4; French Club 3; 
Ice Cream Clerk 4. 

JUNIOR ESSICK 



FAYE FLIPPIN 
"You have only one life; live it!" 
F.H.A. 1; 4-H 1,2; Senior Play 4. 

GLENN GENTRY , 
"Live today as if it were the last. " 
Science Club 4; F. F. A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H 1; 
Science Fair Winner 1, 2, 4; SeniorPlay Crew 
4; Band 1,2,3; Student Council 4. 




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MARY ANN GENTRY 
"There is destiny that makes us brothers, no 
man goes his way alone; The good that we 
put into the lives of others, comes back into 

our own. " 
Beta Club 3,4; Math Club 3,4, President 4; 
Science Club 3, 4; F.H.A. 2,3,4; Senior 
Superlative 4; Business Club 3, 4, Reporter 
4; Paper Staff 3,4; Debating 1,2; Glee Club 
1, 2; Band 1, 2; Piano Student 1; Student 
Council 3,4; French Club 3; Latin Club 3. 

JAMES GIBSON 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4;4-H 1,2, 3,4; J. V. Basket- 
ball 1,2; Baseball l;Glee Club 3,4; Substi- 
tute Bus Driver 2,3,4; Bus Captain 3,4. 



DELBERT GORDON 
"Whatthis country needs is more free speech 

worth listening to. " 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H 1,2; J.V. Basketball 
1,2; Baseball 1; Science Fair Winner 1,2. 

BONNIE GRAVELY 
"One thorn of experience is worth a whole 

wilderness of warning." 
Beta Club 2,3,4; Math Club 2,3,4, Secre- 
tary 3; Science Club 1, 2; Senior Superlative 
4; Chief Marshal 3; Business Club 4; Paper 
Staff 4; Annual Staff 4; Senior Play Crew 4; 
Homeroom Officer 2; Library Club 3,4; 
Honor Student 4; Lunchroom Clerk 4. 




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NANCY HALL 

"Learn as though you would live forever; 

live as thoughyou would die tomorrow." 
4-H 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3; Beta 
Club 3, 4; Math Club 4; Science Club 3,4; 
Cheerleader 4; Marshal 3; Business Club 3, 
4; Paper Staff 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Senior 
Play Crew 4; Homeroom Officer 2; Library 
Club 3; Girls' State Citizen 3; Student 
Council 1,2,3,4; Corresponding Secretary 4; 
Booster Club 1; Honor Student 4; French Club 
3; Senior Service League 4. 

KENNETH HARTGROVE 
"He who asks a question is a fool for five 
minutes; He who never asks a question 
remains a fool forever," 
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H 1; Substitute Bus 
Driver 4; Bus Captain 3,4; Traffic Com- 
mittee 3; Beef Cattle Judging Team 3, 4. 



RONNIE HAUSER 

"It matters not how long we live, but how 

we live. " 

F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H 1; Glee Club 2. 

JOE JOHNSON 
"If knowledge is power, I must have blown 

a fuse. " 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H 1,2; J.V. Basketball 
1; Science Fair Winner 1,2; Homeroom Of- 
ficer 1,2. 







BONNIE KIRBY 
"I find the great thing in this world is not so 
much where we stand, but in what direction 

we are moving. " 
4-H 1,2;F.H.A. 1; Beta Club 2,3,4; Presi- 
dent 4; Math Club 2,3,4; Science Club 2, 
3,4; Science Fair Winner 1, 2, 3; Senior Su- 
perlative 4; Marshal 3; Paper Staff 4; Annual 
Staff 4, Editor 4; Piano Student 1,2; Home- 
room Officer 1; Library Club 4; Student 
Council 1, 2, 4; Honor Student 4; Senior 
Service League 4; Ice Cream Clerk 4. 

KAY KISER 
"Do unto others as you would have them do 

unto you, but do it first. " 
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H 1; Science Fair 
Winner 1,2; Substitute Bus Driver 4. 



Class of 1963 



Honor Student Jackie Bovender does 

research in preparation for the annual 

triangle debates. 






JERRY MABE 
"The only way to kill time is to work it to 

death. " 
F. F. A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H 1,2; Bus Driver 4; 
Substitute Bus Driver 3; Concession Worker 
1,2,3. 

RAYMOND MARSHAL 



PAMELA KISER 
"1 had rather be small and shine, than large 

and cast a shadow. " 
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H 1,2; Pianist 2; State 
4-H Club Week Delegate 2; Business Club 
3,4; Recording Secretary 4; Hi -Lite Staff 
2; Senior Play Crew 4; Glee Club 1,3,4; 
Homeroom Officer 2; Citizen of Girls' State 
3; Annual Staff 4; Science Fair Winner 2, 3; 
BoosterClub l;FrenchClub 3; SeniorService 
League 4; Cheerleader 4; Senior Superlative 
4; Student Council 1,3,4; Miss King High 
Attendant 1 , 3; Maid of Honor to Miss King 
High 4, 

DORIS LONG 
"Act well your part, for there all the honor 

lies." 
F.H.A. 2,3,4; Business Club 4; Glee Club 
3,4; President 3. 






Class of 1963 



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Honor Student Janice Redding models 

a new dress in the Home Economics 

Department . 



KENNETH MARTIN 

"Happiness is Speechless." 

F.F.A. 1; Science Fair Winner 1,2. 

BOBBY MICKEY 
"All I want is all there is and then some." 
F.F.A. 1,2, 3,4, Treasurer 4; Business Club 
4; Bus Driver 4. 







JERRY MICKEY 
"It matters not how long we live, but how 

we live, " 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Reporter 3; Bus Driver 4; 
Substitute Bus Driver 4. 

SANDRA NEWSOME 
"Everything is possible for tomorrow; no 
dream too foolish, no goal too high." 
4-H 1, 2; Songleader 1, 2; Math Club 4; 
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Miss King High Attendant 
4; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Chief 4; Science 
Fair Winner 2, 3; Business Club 3; Paper Staff 
2,4; Debating 3,4; Senior Play 4; Glee Club 
1,3; Class Officer 2; Homeroom Officer 1; 
Monogram Club 3, 4; Student Council 1,2, 
3, 4; French Club 3; Senior Service League 
4; Booster Club 1. 



HAZEL PARRIS 
"The thing that costs the least, but creates 

the most, is just a pleasant smile." 
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Girls' Basketball Manager 
3,4; Business Club 4; Paper Staff 4; Annual 
Staff 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Class Officer 1; 
Library Club 4; Student Council 3,4; Miss 
King High Court 2, 3; Miss King High 4. 

STEVE PULLIAM 
"Don't live it up too much today. You may 

have to live it down tomorrow. " 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H 1,2; Varsity Basket- 
ball 2, 3; J.V. Basketball 1; Science Fair 
Winner 2; Paper Staff 4; Debating 4; Senior 
Play 4; Glee Club 2; Band 1, 2, 3; Monogram 
Club 2, 3; Football 3; Golf 3; Track 3; 
Hargrave Military Academy 3. 







JANICE REDDING 
"Perfection may never be reached, but it's 

worth reaching for. " 
F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 3,4; 4-H 1,2; 
BusinessClub 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Glee Club 
4; Class Officer 2,3,4; Homeroom Officer 
2, 3; Library Club 4; Student Council 4; 
Honor Student 4; Bus Captain 4. 

BRUCE ROBERTSON 
"Choose wisely for happiness lies largely in 

your own choice." 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H 1,2; J.V. Basketball 
1; Senior Play 4; Bus Driver 3,4; Glee Club 
1,2,3,4; Substitute Bus Driver 2; Baseball 
Manager 3; Cattle Judging 3; Bus Captain 
1,2. 



KAY ROBERTSON 
"Do unto others before they get a chance to 

do unto you." 
4-H 1,2; Business Club 3; Bus Captain 3,4. 

WAYNE SLATE 
"See everything, overlook a great deal, 
correct a little. " 
4-H 1,2; Secretary 1; Science Fair Winner 
1; Business Club 4, President 4; Senior Play 
Crew 4; Bus Driver 2; Substitute Bus Driver 
1; Bus Captain 1, 2; Class Officer 2; Glee 
Club 1,4. 





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NORMAN SMITH 

DOUGLAS SMOOT 
"Keep thy heart with all diligence, for out 

of it are the issues of life." 
Science Club 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 3,4; 
J.V. Basketball 1,2; Senior Superlative 4; 
Business Club 4; Monogram Club 4. 



JOHN SNIDER 
"If you are angry for one minute, you lose 

60 seconds of happiness." 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3, 
4; Senior Superlative 4; Bus Driver 3,4; 
Class President 4. 

JOANN SOUTHERN 
"If Godbefor me, who canbe against me?" 
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H 1,2,3; J.V. Basket- 
ball 1; Business Club 4; Glee Club 3,4; 
Library Club 4; Student Council 4; Bus 
Captain. 







DAVID SOUTHERN 
"Speak softly and carry a big stick." 
F. F. A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H 1,2; Substitute Bus 
Driver 3,4; Glee Club 4. 

SYLVL\ SPRINKLE 
"For where your treasure is, there will your 

heart be also. " 
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H 1,2; Varsity Basket- 
ball 1,2,3,4; Co-Captain 4; J.V. Basket- 
ball 1; Senior Superlative 4; Business Club 
4; Class Officer 4; Homeroom Officer 3; 
Monogram Club 2, 3; Library Club 4; Student 
Council 4; Bus Captain 4; Booster Club 1. 



Class of 1963 



Honor Student Nancy Hall arrives at 

school prepared for another day of 

studies. 







RONALD STEVENS 

FRANCES STEWART 
"If ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, 

nothing shall be impossible unto you. " 
Math Club 4;F.H.A. 1, 2, 3,4; Business Club 
4; Paper Staff 4; Annual Staff 4; Senior Play 
4; Glee Club 1, 2, 4; Band 1,2; State and 
Local Americanism Contest Winner 3; French 
Club 3, Officer 3. 



JUDY TABOR 
"I know not what the future holds, but I 
know who holds it. " 
F. H. A. 1; 4-H 1, 2; J.V. Basketball 1; 
Business Club 4; Paper Staff 4; Senior Play 
4; Glee Club 1; Senior Service League 4; 
Bus Captain 3. 

JIMMY TEDDER 
"To err is human; to forgive is divine." 
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; 4-H 1,2; 
Senior Superlative 4; Senior Play Crew 4; 
Bus Driver 3, 4; Class Officer 2; Student 
Council 3,4; Bus Captain 2; Office Assistnat 
2,3. 





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Class of 1963 



Mascots 

Charles Helsabeck 

and 

Judy Holt 



MARY JANE TUTTLE 
"Everything is possible for tomorrow — no 
dream too foolish, no goal too high." 
Science Club 4;F.H. A. 1,2,3,4, President 
4; J. V. Basketball 1; Business Club 4, 
Corresponding Secretary 4; Paper Staff 4; 
Annual Staff 4; Class Officer 4; Student 
Council 4; Senior Service League 4; French 
Club 3, President 3; Bus Captain 4. 

TERRY TUTTLE 
"A good run is better than a bad stand. " 
4-H 1, 2; J.V. Basketball 1; Business Club 
4; Senior Play Crew 4; Bus Driver 3,4; Glee 
Club 4; Class Officer 1,4; Student Council 
1,2,4; Substitute Bus Driver 3. 



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CALVIN VOSS 
"With me anything is possible." 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Varsity Basketball 1,2,3, 
4; Business Club 4; Annual Staff 4; Substitute 
Bus Driver; Class Officer 3; Monogram Club 
2,3,4. 

LAWRENCE VOSS 
"One thing is forever good; That one thing 
is success." 
Beta Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Science 
Club 3,4, Vice-President 4; Senior Superla- 
tive 4; Business Club 4, Vice-President 4; 
Homeroom Officer 2; Student Council 3,4. 



JUDY CALLOWAY WATTS 
"Live today; tomorrow never comes." 
Glee Club 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3; Science Club 
2, 3; Student Council 2,3, Officer 3; Hi- 
Lite Staff 3; Business Club 3; Math Club 
3; Beta Club 3; French Club 3; Bus Captain 
1, 2, 3; Booster Club 1; Miss King High 
Program Chairman; Annual Staff 4. 

BILLY WEBSTER 
"God gave His life to me; Why not give my 

life to Him?" 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H 1; Varsity Basketball 
1, 2, 3, 4; Business Club 4; Substitute Bus 
Driver 3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4. 




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JIMMIE WEBSTER 
"Do not turn back when you are just at the 

goal." 
Science Club 3; Varsity Basketball 4; 
Business Club 3,4; Bus Driver 4. 

TERRY WOOD 
"The things you want to do are never done 

until you do them yourself," 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Varsity Basketball 2; J.V. 
Basketball 1; Student Council 3,4. 



DORIS WEBSTER (Not Pictured) 
"Do unto others as you would have them do 
unto you. " 
Glee Club 3,4. 

DON CHAPMAN 
Science Club 3; Business Club 3; Senior Play 
Crew 4. 

MissKingHigh, Hazel Paixis, is typical of the 

King student who maintains a properbalance 

between work and other school activities. 





Class of '63 Consists of Record 66 



Mrs. Mary Marinus, before becoming a Tar Heel, 
lived in Eureka, Kansas. She received her B. S. degree 
from the University of Wyoming. She has also taken 
graduate work at Kansas State Teachers College. Mrs. 
Marinus, who teaches English and speech and coaches 
the King debating teams, has taught at the University of 
Wyoming, has worked in radio advertising, has published 
a newspaper, has worked as a governess, and has been a 
secretary. She and her family live in Winston-Salem. In 
her leisure time she enjoys skiing, hunting, and golf. 



MRS. MARY MARINUS 
Senior Class Sponsor 



Senior English class, with the 
aid of Mrs. Marinus, studies word 
meanings and pronunciation. 





Seniors in physics perform an ex- 
periment concerning acceleration. 



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Seniors 



The class in advanced math and 
trigonometry surveys distances on 
the school ground. 







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Mr. Sid Williams teaches business classes and is coach 
of the girls' and boys' basketball teams. Mr. Williams, 
who is from Winston -Salem, taught and served as ath- 
letic coach at Pinnacle before coming to King last year. 
He received his B. S. degree from High Point College. 



MR. SID WILLIAMS 
Senior Class Sponsor 



Seniorsmake valuable use of library 
time for preparation of routine as- 
signments and for independent research. 




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Class of 1964 



We studied American history . . .wrote English compo- 
sitions. . .distributed baby beef tickets. . .worked at the 
Halloween carnival. . .planned a junioivsenior. . .crammed 
for exams. . . as we eagerly worked toward our senior year. 



BOBBY MOORE 
Junior Class President 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 
BOBBY MOORE, President; STEVE BOYLES, Vice-President; NORMA TUTTLE, Secretary; PATRICIA BOYLES, Treasurer. 




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BETTY JO BADGETT 
CAROL BENTON 
KAREN BOLEJACK 



ALLAN BOLES 
J. V. BOLES 
MIKE BOYLES 




PATRICIA BOYLES STEVE BOYLES DEE CARROLL 

JUDY COLLINS ALFRED CRADDOCK CHARLES DARNELL 




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GLORIA DUGGINS 
NORMA EDMONDS 
LINDA EDWARDS 



BETTY FULK 
CLYDE FULK 
LINDA FULK 



Jimmy Logginsand 
Karen Bolejack get their 
books for another class. 



Class 





JEANNETTE FULTON 
RICHARD GIBSON 
KAY GOFF 



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R. C. GORDON 
JUDY HARRISON 
BRENDA HENSLEY 








DORIS HOLDER 
FREYA JOHNSON 
SUSAN JOHNSON 






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JIMMY LOGGINS 



PAM KIRBY 
JERRY LONG 



DAVID LAWSON 
PHYLLIS LOVE 




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Junior editor of the EAGLE, Freya 
Johnson, works to identify pictures for the 
yearbook. 



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DIANE MABE 
PEGGY JO MABE 
JAMES MARSHALL 



JUDY MARTIN 
BOBBY MOORE 
KATHERINE MOORE 



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ass 



Pam Kirby registers 
to take the National 
Merit ScholarshipQuali- 
fying Testgiven to 
juniors each year in 
March. 





JANET MOSER 
NANCY NEWSOME 
MICHAEL 

RICHARDSON 
C. L. SHOUSE 



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GENETT SMITH 
GERALD SMITH 
HAROLD SMITH 



of 1964 




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Junior Class 



The study of American 
history is required of all 
members of the junior 
class. 




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MISS VIRGINIA MOOREFIELD 
Junior Class Sponsor 



Miss Moorefield returned to her native King to 
teach business education after attending Milligan 
College and receiving her B. A. from Elon College. 
After teaching hours, Miss Moorefield enjoys tennis, 
hiking, and horseback riding. The EAGLE staff is 
grateful for her cooperation as co -sponsor of the 
yearbook. 




Will we ever learn to type without looking at the keys? 






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Enrollment Totals 59 



Mrs. Alene Bowne Gravitt, originally from Pinnacle, 
has taught science atKing for three years. She previously 
taught at Sandy Ridge and Germanton. Mrs. Gravitt 
earned her B. S. degree at Appalachian State and has 
taken advanced work at Woman's College and Wake 
Forest. She and her family live on Baux Mountain Road 
near Winston -Salem. 





MRS. ALENE GRAVITT 
Junior Class Sponsor 



"Mrs. Gravitt, I still don't 
understand how to balance chemis- 
try equations. " 



In geometry class, Susan Johnson explains her solution of a problem in congruent triangles. 





Class of 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 
PERRY CARROLL, President 
BRENDA COLLINS, Vice-President 
SANDRA LAWSON, Secretary 
GARY SMITH, Treasurer. 



JIMMY ASHBY 
CAROLYN BAKER 
GREG BENNETT 
LARRY BOLES 
BRENDA BOOZE 
MARIE BOWEN 





TERRY BOWMAN 
DL^NE BOYLES 
DOUGLAS BOYLES 
STEVE BURGE 
KAY CARROLL 



PERRY CARROLL 
BRENDA COLLINS 
LOUISE COX 
JAMES COX 
LOUISE CRADDOCK 



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1965 



JANICE CREWS 
WANDA DAVIS 
WAYNE DAVIS 
JAY DONATHAN 
LIBBY DURHAM 



JOHNNY EAST 
TERRY EDWARDS 
ROGER FULK 
JERRY GOLF 
RICHARD GOLF 




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CLORLA GORDON 
PEGGY GORDON 
SUSAN GRIFFIN 
BARBARA GRIMES 
BETTY HALL 



JOHNNY HALL 
RAY HALL 
JIMMY HAUSER 
KAY HENSLEY 
GARY HICKS 



GAIL HOLDER 
LINDA HUNTER 
DONALD JAMES 
KATHY JOHNSON 
MARY ANN KIRBY 




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Class of 



KENT KISER 
LEON LANKFORD 
GLENDA LAWSON 
SANDRA LAWSON 
SARA LAWSON 



JANE LEWIS 

MARY ANN LEINBACK 

DON MABE 

HENRY MABE 

RONNIE MABE 



JUDY MARSHALL 
JERRY MARTIN 
CARLTON McKINNEY 
BUTCH McGEE 

ELAINE Mcknight 





DO ROTH A MEADOWS 
JOHNNY MITCHELL 
DEBORAH MOORE 
SAMMY MOORE 
CLYDIE MOOREFIELD 



ELLEN NEAL 
JEANETTE NEEDHAM 
MARILYN NEW 
NORMA NEWSOME 
SUSAN NEWSOME 



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1965 



SHIRLEY OVERBY 
DOUGLAS PAYNE 
SHELBY POINDEXTER 
DONNA ROBERTS 
FRANKLIN SELLS 



BOBBY SLATE 
CAROLYN SLATE 
ARTHUR SMITH 
BRENT SMITH 
DAVID SMITH 





DORIS SMITH 
GARY SMITH 
KAY SMITH 
JERRY STANLEY 
LARRY SOUTHERN 



WANDA STONE 
HARVEY TEDDER 
RONNIE TEDDER 
HAROLD TIMMONS 
BOBBY TUTTLE 



VARNER VOGLER 
EARL VOSS 
RONALD 

WESTMORELAND 
EDDIE WHITE 
LARRY WOOD 




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101 Sophomores 



MRS. REBECCA R. MOSER 
Sophomore Class Sponsor 



Mrs. Moser helps students with problem on percentages in Math II. 



Mrs. Rebecca R. Moser, a graduate of King High 
School, continued her education at Woman's 
College, where she received her B. A. degree. She 
returned to King and has taught in both the elementary 
and the high school. She presently teaches math and is 
librarian. Mrs. Moser, interested in music, also directs 
the Glee Club. She has always devoted much of her time 
to student activities. Out of school, she enjoys embroidery 
and traveling. 

Mr. Douglas Pedigo, of Galax, Virginia, is agraduate 
with a B. A. degree from Wake Forest College. He did 
undergraduate work at Carson-Newman in Tennessee. 
Mr. Pedigo is assistant coach and teacher of American 
history and French. For recreation he likes hunting, 
reading, and golf. 





MR. DOUGLAS PEDIGO 
Sophomore Class Sponsor 



Stu de nts in Mr. Pedigo's French 
class use the tape recorder in order to 
improve their ability to speak French. 



Are Listed in Class of '65 

Miss Kathleen Hall, teacher of English and social 
studies, is also the school's guidance counselor. Miss 
Hall, who formerly taught in Thomasville City Schools 
and at Gray High School, graduated with the B. A. degree 
from Woman's College. She has also studied at High 
Point College, Long wood College, and Columbia 
University. Aside from her dedication to her work. Miss 
Hall has a variety of interests ranging from needlepoint 
to traveling country lanes. Our student body is especially 
grateful for her interest in student government. Miss Hall 
commutes to King from her home in Winston -Salem. 





MISS KATHLEEN HALL 
Sophomore Class Sponsor 



Sophom or e s le am of man's 
advance in civilization in Miss Hall's 
world history class. 



Mrs. Virginia Patterson is another member of our 
faculty who is a King native. After receiving her training 
at Mars Hill College and Woman's College, where she 
graduated with a B. S. degree, Mrs. Patterson taught in 
Alexander County and served as an Extension Agent in 
Iredell County. Since her return to King, she has not 
only taught King girls to sew and cook, but she has also 
served as faculty adviser for many student projects and 
extra-curricular activities. 

Girls making wool suits in home economics apply their knowledge of 
design, construction, and fabrics. 



MRS. VIRGINLA. PATTERSON 
Home Economics Teacher 






Class of 



FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 
BR EN DA HAUSER, Secretary; 
BARRY HALL, President; LARRY 
SMITH, Vice-President; CHARLES 
KIRBY, Treasurer. 




JUDY BEASLEY 
GLENN BENNETT 
RONALD BENNETT 




DAVIE BRANDON 
JUDY BROWN 
JUDY CAROLYN BROWN 
CARL CALLOWAY 
JAMES CALLOWAY 



VIRGINLA CALLOWAY 
GLENN COLLINS 
JEAN COLLINS 
CHARLES COVINGTON 
LINDA COVINGTON 



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1966 



DANNY COX 
DALLAS CROMER 
SALLY CROMER 
BETTY DODSON 
BETTY DUGGINS 



CLAYTON EASTER 
RALPH ESSICK 
DONALD FAH^ 
BETTY FELTS 
NANCY FULK 





KATHLEEN FUQUAY 
?- DONALD GIBSON 

ARNOLD GOODMAN 
■; GALE GORDON 



ANN GUNNELL 
BARRY HALL 
GARY HALL 
ROBERT HALL 
BRENDA HAUSER 



ALAN HICKS 
SANDRA HOLDER 
REID HUGGINS 
GEORGE HUNTER 
KELLY JACKSON 




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Class of 



ELAINE JAMES 
FRANK JAMES 
ANDREA JOHNSON 
JAMES JOYCE 
PAT KEIGER 



CHARLES KIRBY 
BEVERLY KISER 
LOIS KISER 
BONITA LEWIS 
DONALD LOVE 



PAT LOVE 
DIANE MABE 
JANICE MARSHALL 
J. R. MARSHALL 





KAY Mcknight 

LESLIE MEADOWS 
JUDY MICKEY 
HUSKY MOSER 
DAVID NEW 



JIMMY NEWSOME 
NICKY NEWSOME 
GAITHER PALMER 
BETTY JO PETREE 
FRANKYE PULLL^M 



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1966 



LINDA SLACK 
JOYCE SLATE 
RODNEY SLATE 
ANYCE SMITH 
DALE SMITH 



ELWIN SMTIH 
LARRY SMITH 
LINDA SMTIH 
MICHAEL SMITH 
PENNY SMITH 




STANCH SMITH 
JUNIOR SPEAS 
GRADY STONE 
JUDITH TEDDER 




JOE VOGLER 
DONNA WALTERS 
PHYLLIS WATTS 
JOSEPH WEBSTER 
BRENDA WESTMORELAND 



NANCETTA WESTMORELAND 
DON WHITE 
WAYNE WHITE 
ANN WILKEY 
JUNIOR WILSON 




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88 Freshmen Entered 



Mrs. Jane Pedigo, English and social studies teacher, 
began her teaching career at King last year. A native of 
Galax, Virginia, Mrs. Pedigo received her B. A. degree 
from Radford College of the Virginia Polytech Institute. 
She enjoys hunting and music. Cheerleaders and Beta 
Club members appreciate Mrs, Pedigo as their faculty 
advisor. 



MRS . JANE PEDIGO 
Freshman Class Sponsor 



Mrs. Pedigo's freshman English c 1 a s s works on the 
parts of speech and the parts of the simple sentence. 




Mr. Underwood introduces axioms to his Algebra I class. 




MR. JAMES UNDERWOOD 
Freshman Class Sponsor 



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Mr. James Underwood, a n ative of Winchester, 
Tennessee, lived in Winston -Salem before coming to 
King. He attended Brevard College and received his B. S. 
and M. A. degrees from the University of North Carolina. 
Mr. Underwood has also studied at the University of 
Kansas. Besides teaching math, Mr. Underwood has 
worked at Pleasants Hardware, Hanes Hosiery, Carolina 
Theater, and Ideal Drygoods Company, He has also 
served in the U. S. Army and taught in Danville, 
Virginia. 



High School This Year 



Mr. Melvin Hunter, teacher of physics, physical 
science, and health, came to King after beginning his 
teaching career at Pinnacle. Mr. Hunter attended Mars 
Hill College and received his B. S. degree from Wake 
Forest. He has also worked at R. J. Reynolds Tobacco 
Company under their summer employment program for 
school personnel. Mr. Hunter enjoys sports activities in 
his leisure time. He and Mrs. Hunter, who teaches sixth 
grade, make their home in Winston-Salem. 




The girls in Mr. Hunter's physical education class 
admire his stance at home plate. 



MR. MELVIN HUNTER 

Freshman Class Sponsor 



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Members of Mr. Furches' agriculture class study in 
preparation for cattle judging contest. 



MR. SAMUEL FURCHES 
Agriculture 



Mr. Sam Furches, vocational agriculture teacher, is 
a native of Farmington, North Carolina. He received his 
B. S. degree from North Carolina State College. Mr, 
Furches was an Army officer before he began teaching. 
His hobby is photography. The King chapter of the Futures 
Farmers of America, which Mr. Furches advises, has 
won many honors for the school and community. 



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Elementary Academic Life 








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A group of elementary students study the globe in preparation for a project in social studies. 



By taking an active part in the academic life of our 
school, we learn by doing. We help in the planning of 
units of work; we share our experiences, materials, and 



ideas; we engage in independent study and group projects; 
thus we live our education rather than passively receive. 



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Assistant Principal 



The King Elementary School is a part of the King 
School administrative unit. Mr. Rober Covington serves 
as a seventh grade teacher and as assistant principal in 
the elementary school building. Mr. Covington, a 
graduate of Guilford College, has also served as a high 
school teacher and assistant coach. 



MR. ROBER COVINGTON 
Assistant Principal 



Eighth Grade Faculty 



Coordinating their work activities are eighth grade teachers, Mrs. Irene Brandon, Mr. Carl Felts, 
and Mr. R. M. Collins. - 




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Eighth Grade 



OWSLER ADKINS 
NANCY AYERS 
BUTCH BARBER 
PEGGY BELTON 
VIRGINIA BENNETT 
PEGGY BtNKLEY 



JUDY BLAKELY 
ARNOLD BLEDSOE 
DONALD BLEDSOE 
LENA BROWN 
OMNIE BOYLES 
TERRY BRANDON 



THERESA BROOKS 
BOBBY BROWN 
REGINA BURROW 
VERLIE CAIN 
BRENT CARROLL 
CECELL^ CARROLL 



RICHARD CONNER 
CATHERINE COVINGTON 
JANE COVINGTON 
ALICE COX 
BECKY CREWS 
BRENT CROMER 



JERRY CROMER 
RICKY CROMER 
ROGER DODSON 
PATSY DURHAM 
LINDA EASTER 
MELVIN EDWARDS 



PHL EDWARDS 
JOHNNY FINNEY 
ROGER FINNEY 
DARLENE FLIPPIN 
JUDY FULK 
ROGER FUQUAY 



RONNIE FULK 

MARY ETTA GATEWOOD 

DAVID GIBSON 

DONNIE GOFF 

BETTY GORDON 

WANDA GORDON 




EDWARD GUNNELL 
DWIGHT HAU 








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Eighth Grade 



STEVE HAUSER 
CAROLYN HEATH 
PATRICIA HUNTER 
ROBERT INMAN 
•.,. TOMMY JESSUP 

pi BENNY JEFFORDS 



SAMMY JEFFORDS 
RAEFORD KISER 



ALAN LEWIS 
RONNIE LEWIS 



PEGGY MABE 



CAROL MANRENG 
MAURICE MARSHALL 
CAROLYN MARTIN 
C JOHN MARTIN 

BENNY MATTHEWS 
JAMES MAYS 



DORIS Mcknight 

■" li RONNIE MEADOWS 

JACK MEADWELL 
TERESA MOSER 
DIANE NEEDHAM 
BARRY NELSON 



JOEL NEW 

BRADLEY NEWSOME 
JO ANN NEWSONffi 
MARY JANE NEWSOME 
SAMMY NEWSOME 
1 ERESA SLACK 



DAVID SMITH 
MARLIN SMITH 
41^ RANDALL SMITH 

SARAH SMITH 
DEAN SOUTHERN 
BILLY STANLEY 



JANET STANLEY 
KAY TUTTLE 
KENNETH TUTTLE 
ROSE ANN TUTTLE 
TERRY TUTTLE 
DAVID WHITE 



KENNETH WHITT 



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Seventh Grade 

BRENDA ADKINS 
NAOMI AYERS 
ROGER BARNEYCASTLE 
BRENDA BENNETT 
JERRY BENNETT 
IRA BENTON 
JUNIOR BOWMAN 



CAROL BOYLES 
BECKY BROWN 
BENNY BROWN 
DOROTHY BURROW 
MIKE BUTNER 
RONNIE CARROLL 
GLENDA COLLINS 



KENNETH COX 
KATHY CRAIG 
VICKI CROMER 
KIM DUGGINS 
DIANE FULK 
DOROTHY FULK 
WIIMA FUQUAY 



DIANE GATEWOOD 
RUTH GIBSON 
TEDDY GOODMAN 
MARTIN GORDON 
LINDA GRIMES 
BRUCE HALL 
VANCE HAU 



LONNIE HARDY 
GARY HAUSER 
JUNIOR HENSLEY 
BRENDA HILL 
WESLEY HILL 
BRUCE HOLDER 
EVELYN HUNTER 



PATRICL«i JACKSON 
GARY JARRELL 
RICKY JARRELL 
PAT JOHNSON 
BONNIE KEY 
RICHARD KIRBY 
SHARON KIRBY 



SANDRA KISER 
KAREN LANKFORD 
DEBORAH MABE 
KATHY MABE 
JERRY MARSHALL 
JEAN MARTIN 
MARY ANN McGEE 



BELINDA MOSER 
DARREU MOSER 
ROGER NANCE 
BECKY NEW 
BARNEY NEWSOME 
FRANKIE NEWSOME 
PHILLIP NEWSOME 



SHIRLEY NEWSOME 
GAIL PHIPPS 
EUGENE SANDS 
CHARLOTTE SARGEANT 




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Seventh Grade 



GERALD SMITH 
MIKE SLATE 
KAY SMITH 
VERNON SMITH 
GALE STONE 
BRENDA SOUTHERN 
DAVID TAYLOR 



MELVIN THOMAS 
PEGGY THOMAS 
CAROLYN THURMAN 
LINDA TUTTLE 
TEX TUTTLE 
MARIE VAN DUSEN 
GLENN WALL 



RONNIE WALTERS 
KENNETH WARNER 
SANDRA WATTS 
PHILIP WESTMORELAND 
JOANN WHITE 
MAXIE WHITT 



Seventh Grade Faculty Sixth Grade Faculty 




Mrs. Francis Kiser, Mrs. M ar i e Haynes, Mr. Rober Mrs. Carolyn Hunter, Mrs. Randie Lewis, Mrs. Marguerite 
Covington Gentry 




Sixth Grade 



SUSAN SLATE 
SHARON SMTIH 
BARBARA SPEAS 
TOMMY STANLEY 
KATHERINE STEWART 
JOAN TEDDER 
STEVE TEDDER 
TIMMY TEDDER 



TERRY TIMMONS 
DEBORAH TUTTLE 
MONNIE TUTTLE 
PEGGY TUTTLE 
WAYNE TUTTLE 
RONNIE WHITE 
ANN WILLARD 
LARRY WaLARD 



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Sixth Grade 

SUSAN ADKINS 
RUTH AYERS 
JOHNNY EARNER 
CAROLYN BARNEYCASTLE 
LAURA BEASLEY 
DIANE BENNETT 
BRENDA BOWDEN 
DAVID BOYLES 



JANET BYRD 
LYDIA CALLOWAY 
VICKI CARROLL 
MARGARET COLLINS 
SUSAN COVINGTON 
SYBIL COVINGTON 
BETTY CROMER 
NANCY CROMER 



MARY SUE DAVIS 
KAREN DENNY 
ANN EDMONDS 
BRENDA EDWARDS 
DALLAS EDWARDS 
ELAINE FAIN 
DONNIE FULK 
KENNETH FULK 



JOSEPH GENTRY 
JUDY GORDON 
BILL GREENE 
EDDIE HALL 
STEVE HALL 
DORIS HARDY 
BEVERLY HAUSER 
DANNY HAYNES 



DARYL HICKS 
DENVER JARRELL 
LINDA JONES 
BARTON KEIGER 
BARBARA KEY 
JANE KIRBY 
FRANCES KIRBY 
AVOLINE KISER 



DEBORAH KISER 
MICHAEL KISER 
SHARON KISER 
BENNY LAWSON 
DOUGLAS LEINBACK 
CATHY LOGGINS 
CURTIS MANRING 
MELISSA MARSHALL 



NANCY MARSHALL 
RONNIE MARSHALL 
TOMMY McGEE 
KEITH MERRITT 
CAROLYN MICKEY 
EDGAR MOORE 
ROBELY MOORE 
DARLENE MOSER 



DOTTIE NANCE 
BONNIE NELSON 
BILLY NEWSOME 
CHARLES NEWSOME 
LANIE SUE NEWSOME 
RICHARD NEWSOME 
JACKIE OVERBY 
KAY PATTERSON 



STEVE PATTERSON 
JANICE PRIDDY 
DALE RICHARDSON 
MICHAEL RIERSON 
JAN ROBERTS 
STUART SIZEMORE 
LEROY SMITH 





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Fifth Grade 

EDDIE BELTON 
ED BENNETT 
JOHNNY BOLES 
PHILLIS BOWEN 
LINDA BOYD 
DEBBIE BROOKS 
MARCIA SURGE 
LUCILLE BURROW 



HERMAN BUTNER 
LEROY CAIN 
KENNETH CARROLL 
CHARLES COE 
RHONDA CRAIG 
BILLY CRUTCHLEY 
KATHY DODSON 
CARLA VAN DUSEN 



CHARLES FLIPPIN 
BARRY FULK 
DONALD FULK 
GERALD FULK 
LARRY FULK 
REX GOFF 
ROBERT GORDON 
CAROL GRIFFIN 



ROGER GRIMES 
FA YE GUNNELL 
SHARON GWYN 
ANN HALL 
MIKE HALL 
JOYCE HARTGROVE 
RICKY HARTGROVE 
RONNIE HAWKS 



ANN HOLDER 
DANNY HOLDER 
GERRI LYNN HOOKER 
JANET HUNTER 
MICHAEL INGRAM 
WANDA JAMES 
WANDA JOHl-lSON 
WELDON KIGER 



DOROTHY LEWIS 
RICKY LEWIS 
BRENDA MABE 
DEAN MABE 
SFnRLEY MABE 
HAROLD MAHARTHEY 
JUNIOR MANRING 
ROSE McGUIRE 



RONNIE McHONE 
GARY MERRFFT 
KATHY MOORE 
ROSEMARY NEW 
DAVID NEWSOME 
DELLA NEWSOME 
POLLY NEWSOME 
TONI NEWSOME 



HORACE OVERBY 
PATRICIA PALMER 
BRENDA PHIPPS 
REN PRESTON 
STEVE PRESTON 
MARK PULLIAM 
JOYCE SIZEMORE 
KATHY ROBERTS 



BRENDA SARGENT 
SAMMY SLATE 
LEONA SMITH 
LINDA SMITH 
ROSALINE SMITH 



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Fifth Grade 



SANDRA SMITH 
rMA SOUTHERN 
JACKIE STANLEY 
JUDY STANLEY 
DANNY TUCKER 
DAVID TEDDER 
TEDDY TUTTLE 
BRENDA WALL 



EDDIE WALL 
ELAINE WMSENHUKT 
SUSAN WHISENHUNT 
ALAN WHITE 
JEFFREY WHITE 
STEVE WHITE 




£ ^^il £ P 



Fifth Grade Faculty Fourth Grade Faculty 




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Mrs. Eleanor Woellner, Mrs. Myrtle Smith, Mrs. Ethel 
Moore 



Mrs. Lida Hutchins, Mrs. M a de lyn Marshall, Mrs. 
Crystal Wood 



Fourth Grade 



PATRICL4 ALDRIDGE 
L. C. ALLEN 
MARTHA AYERS 
DEBRA BARNES 
BETH BARR 
DONALD BEASLEY 
MIKE BEASLEY 
JO ANN BENNETT 



TILDA BENNETT 
CAROLYN BOLES 
DONNA BOLEJACK 
JANIE SUE BOLES 
MIMI BOOE 
JOHN BOWEN 
JANET BOYLES 
KATHY BOYLES 



DANNY BROWN 
STEVE BROWN 
DAVID BURGE 
ANN CRADDOCK 
DORIS CROMER 
RICKY CROMER 
DEE COX 
EDDIE COX 









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Fourth Grade 

LEON DALTON 
RIKKI DUGGINS 
RUPERT DUGGINS 
KEITH EAST 
STEVE EBERT 
CATHY EDMONDSOl 
EMMA FLIPPIN 
ROBBIE FOWLER 



DAVID FULK 
JAMES FULP 
SUZAN GARNER 
DEBRA GENTRY 
CAROL GIBSON 
FRANKIE GREEN 
RANDY GRIFFIN 
CAROL GUNNELL 



JAMES HALL 
TERRY HALL 
ELIZABETH HAUSER 
ROBERTA HELSABECK 
RICKY HICKS 
JIMMY HOLT 
JO ANN INMAN 
SARAH JOHNSON 



DOUG JONES 
TOMMY JONES 
DONALD KING 
BETH KIRBY 
BILLY KIRBY 
KENNETH KIRBY 
DEBBI KISER 
DONNA LANKFORD 



FRANCIS LAWS 
GLENDA LAWSON 
BETTY MABE 
MICHAEL MABE 
DEBBIE MARSHALL 
ELIZABETH MARSHALL 
REBECCA MARSHALL 
ALAN McGUIRE 



DIANE McGUIRE 
RITA McGUIRE 
GAIL McHONE 
BILL MITCHELL 
MARILYN MOORE 
GERALD NANCE 
RICHARD NANCE 
SHERRYL NEEDHAM 



KENNETH NELSON 
JOHN NEW 
MINNIE NEWMAN 
CAMILLE PATTERSON 
SAMMY PATTERSON 
GARY PRESTON 
MIKE REED 
DEBORAH ROBERTSON 



DANIEL SARGENT 
DOUGLAS SELLS 
BEVERLY SIMMONS 
CRAIG SIZEMORE 
TOMMY SIZEMORE 
GRANT SMITH 
MARTHA SMITH 
JAMES STANLEY 



KENNY STONE 
ED TAYLOR 
MICHAEL TAYLOR 
JOE TUTTLE 
STAFFORD TUTTLE 
ELIZABETH WEIGNER 
STEPHEN WHITE 



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ODELL BARNEYCASTLE 
LEO FULK 
DONALD GORDON 
LONNIE HANDY 
MARGARET JARRELL 
LINDA JARRELL 
BILLY KING 
BILLY LEWIS 



RICHARD McGUIRE 
WILLIAM NEWMAN 
ROY NEWSOME 
RANDY PHIPPS 
MARTHA RICHARDSON 
W. T. RICHARDSON 
MARJORIE SANDS 
JOHNNY THOMAS 




Special Education 
Special Education Teacher Third Grade Faculty 




MRS. JANE WILBURN 



Mrs. Frances Taylor, Mrs. EllieBoyles, Mrs. Vera 
Nixon, Mrs. Hallie Love 



Third Grade 



RONNIE AYERS 
•TIM BADGETT 
CONNIE BENNETT 
GRAY BENNETT 
PAULA BENNETT 
DAVID BENTON 
TERRY BOLES 
FLORENCE BOWEN 



DANNIE BOWMAN 
JIMMY BOYLES 
ERNIE BROWN 
GARY BURROW 
CYNTHIA BUTNER 
CHARLES CALLOWAY 
DEBORAH CALLOWAY 
MICHAEL CAMPBELL 



VICKI CAMPBELL 
BELINDA CHIDDIE 
DELMA COX 
HELEN COX 
ANDY CROMER 
KATHY DENNY 
MICHAEL DENNY 
DEBRA DUGGINS 





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Third Grade 



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CHERISE EAST 
CONRAD EASTER 
RODNEY ELBERT 
JACKIE FAIN 
RICKY FLETCHER 
FRANK FULK 
MARILYN FULK 
BENNY GATEWOOD 



JOHNNY GIBSON 
TERRY GOFF 
ROGER GORDON 
RONNIE GRIFFIN 
JERRY GRIMES 
TEDGWYN 
DEBBIE HALL 
EMILY HALL 



JOYCE HARDY 
LAURA HARDY 
MICKY HARTGROVE 
BRENDA FLAWKS 
BRUCE HEATH 
WANDA HELSABECK 
DAVID HICKS 
JANET HOLDER 



MITZI HOLT 
GENE HORTON 
BARBARA JAMES 
HAROLD JARRELL 
KAREN JOHNSON 
RICKY JOHNSON 
LOGAN JONES 
MITCHELL JONES 



STEVE JONES 
BETH KEIGER 
BARRY KIRBY 
DAVID KIRBY 
SAMUEL KIRBY 
ANN KISER 
KATHY KNIGHT 
JOAN LAWSON 



ROBERT LAWSON 
WAYNE LEINBACK 
ANDREW LOGGINS 
BRENDA MARSHALL 
NANCY McGEE 
RAY McGUIRE 

STEVE Mcknight 

REX MENDENHALL 



DEBORAH MERRITT 
GARY MERRFTT 
KAYE MITCHELL 
JOYCE MOORE 
CRAIG MOSER 
DEBORAH MOSER 
PHILLIP MOSER 
TOMMY NEW 



WAYNE NEWMAN 
MICHAEL O'NEAL 
JOHNNY ORR 
MICHAEL ORR 
SUSAN PAYNE 
LAWRENCE PHIPPS 
TERRI POTEAT 
RHONDA PRIDDY 



MARY PULLLWvl 
CARLTON RIERSON 
MARY ELLEN RIERSON 
CINDY RIGGS 
RICKY ROBERTSON 
ROGER RUTLEDGE 
PHILLIP SARGENT 
BOBBY SHINAULT 



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Third Grade 



BONNIE SHINAULT 
ANGELA SMITH 
BRENT SMITH 
ROBERT SMITH 
VICKI SMITHERMAN 
MICHAEL SOUTHERN 
MICHAEL SPAINHOUR 
JEAN STANLEY 



JOE STANLEY 
KAREN STANLEY 
BaL TEDDER 
JERRY TEDDER 
JOAN TIMMONS 
KAY TUCKER 
BRENDA TUTTLE 
HOPE ANN TUTTLE 



ROY TUTTLE 
SANDRA TUTTLE 
WANDA TUTTLE 
RONNIE VOSS 
DEBORAH WALL 
RICKY WALL 
CAROLYN WHISENHUNT 




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school work Gamer 

Second Grade 



EARNEST ADKINS 
RICHARD ADKINS 
JACKIE ASHLY 
ZACCMAEUS AYERS 
JANE BARNES 
GLENDA BLAKELY 
RITA BENTON 
BOBBY BOWDEN 



KAREN BOYLES 
MICHAEL BOYLES 
GALE BRANDON 
FREDDIE BRASWELL 
LINDA CAIN 
CHARLES CAMPBELL 
LAURA CAMPBELL 
DANNY CARROLL 



JILL CARROLL 
DEBORAH COLLINS 
CALVIN COVINGTON 
DENISE COVINGTON 
NELL JO COVINGTON 
RONNIE COVINGTON 
LINDA COX 
CHARLOTTE CRADDOCK 




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Second Grade, 



JUDY CROMER 
ROBIN CROMER 
HARLAN DENNY 
MITCHELL DOBSON 
TIM DONATHAN 
NANCY DUGGINS 
SHEILA EDWARDS 
DAVID FORD 



DOROTHY FULK 
WANDA FULK 
HOWARD GENTRY 
ANN GOFF 
CATHY GOFF 
LINDA COINS 
WILLIAM GORDON 
MELODIE GRIFFIN 



LINDA GUNNELL 
BLAKE HALL 
CAROLYN FA YE HALL 
JOYCE HALL 
MERRI-DELL HALL 
ROBERT HARDY 
STANLEY HARTGROVE 
JUDY HELSABECK 



DANNY HICKS 
DONNIE HOLDER 
PEGGY HOLT 
SHAWNA JAMES 
ELLIS JERRELL 
PAT RICL^ JONES 
WANDA JONES 
JAMES KING 



JIMMY KISER 
GARY LAWSON 
JONATHAN LAWSON 
REX LAWSON 
BARRY LEWIS 
SHELLA MABE 
VICKIE MABE 
NANCY MANRING 



JIMMY MARENUS 
ANN MARTIN 
CAROLE McGEE 
KENNETH McGEE 
CHINETTA MOORE 
JEFFREY NANCE 
VAN NEAL 
BRENDA NEWSOME 



TOMMY NEWSOME 
BARRY OVERBY 
CAROLISA PALMER 
LIBBA PEGRAM 
VICKI PRESTON 
ARLEN PRIDDY 
TONY RIERSON 
JUDY SANDS 



MICHAEL SANDS 
RANDALL SIZEMORE 
GARY SLATE 
TOMMY SLATE 
DEBBIE SMITH 
LYNNE SOUTHERN 
VICKI SPAINHOUR 
BOBBY STANLEY 



RAY STEVENSON 
JILL TEDDER 
ROGER TUTTLE 
MARLON VENABLE 
JONATHAN WHITE 
TERRY WILLARD 
SAMMY WISENHUT 
TONY YATES 



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First Grade 

CAROL ALLEY 
SUZANNE ASHBURN 
DEBRA ATKINS 
VICKI AUMAN 
PATSY AYERS 
BILLY BOWDEN 
DARLENE BOWEN 
SANDRA GAY BOYLES 



CATHY BROWN 
FRED BROWN 
ROBIN CAMPBELL 
JAYNE CARROLL 
CAROL ANN C HA VIS 
CHARLOTTE CHILDRESS 
JERRY COX 
SYBIL CRADDOCK 



PHILLIP CREWS 
GLENN CRUTCHLEY 
ANN DAVIS 
DENISE DENNY 
SHARON DENNY 
LARRY DOSS 
MARK EAST 
NELSON EASTER 



DAVID EBERT 
ALAN EDMONDS 
LINDA ESSICK 
WANDA FLETCHER 
JEAN FLIPPIN 
ROYCE FLIPPIN 
BRADLEY FOWLER 
FRANCES FOWLER 



MLLEN GOINS 
JANE GORDON 
JANET GORDON 
LINDA GORDON 
MARTHA ANN GORDON 
DEBORAH GRIFFIN 
JEANNETTE HALEY 
DARLENE HALL 



JOANN HALL 

MARK HALL 

TIM HALL 

GINGER HAMM 

JERRY HARDY 

DEBBIE SUE HARTGROVE 

JERRY HAUSER 

DENISE HAYNES 



WENDY HICKS 
JANET WLL 
GLENN HEATH 
DONNA HOLT 
KATHY HORTON 
BARRY INGRAM 
MITCHELL INGRAM 
VICKIE INGRAM 



DOUGLAS JENNINGS, JR. 
DEBORAH JOHNSON 
DEBORAH JONES 
JANET KIRBY 
SHERRHL KISER 
CHARLOTTE LANKFORD 
DARLENE LANKFORD 
JANET LAWSON 



JONI LILLY 
ANGELA MABE 
JUDY MABE 
JAMES McGEE 
SANDRA McHONE 

SANDRA Mcknight 

LYNN MITCHELL 
KEITH MOORE 










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First Grade 



MARK MOORE 
KAREN MOOREFIELD 
TIMOTHY MOSER 
WANDA NANCE 
DONNA NEEDHAM 
JOAN NEWMAN 
PATRICK O'NEIL 
RANDY ORR 



JAMES PEGRAM 
HILTON PRIDDY 
DONNA LYNN RIERSON 
JOHNNY RIERSON 
JAN ROBERTS 
VICTOR ROBERTSON 
RANDY SARGENT 
JOHNNY SHAW 



BEVERLY SHORE 
CAROL SIZEMORE 
KATHY SIZEMORE 
DEAN SLATE 
SHARON SLATE 
VICKI SLATE 
PENNIE SMITH 
RANDY SMITH 



RONNIE SMITH 
SHARON SMITH 
VICKIE SMITH 
JEFFREY SOUTHERN 
TIMOTHY SOUTHERN 
ROBERT STEVENSON 
RICKY THOMAS 
BRAD TUTTLE 



LARRY TUTTLE 
SHARON TUTTLE 
CRAIG WALL 
VANESSA WALSH 
DALTON WARNER 
ANDY WATTS 
MERRIL WATTS 
RANDY WATTS 



JACKIE WEAVER 
RICKY WHITLEY 
CAROL JEAN WHITT 
DONNA WHITT 
SHELW VADEN 



First Grade Faculty 






HIGH SCHOOL CAFETERIA STAFF: Mrs. Ruth Hauser, Mrs. 
Beulah Boyles, Mrs. Adaline Kiser, Manager. 



CUSTODIANS 
Mr. and Mrs. Ed White 



School 
Service Staffs 

King School could not operate 
without the services of its cafeteria 
workers, custodians, and bus drivers. 
The daily preparation of nutritious 
lunches, the operation of the fleet of 
buses, and the care of the five 
buildings on the campus for a student 
body of more than a thousand are no 
small tasks. We are indeed grateful 
to our school service staffs. 



ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CAFETERIA 
STAFF: Mrs. Delia Martin, Mrs. 
Maude Hall, Mrs. Lonnie Baker, 
Manager; Mrs. Nadine Barr, Cashier. 





BUS DRIVERS 
First row: Jerry Mabe, Arthur Smith, 
Jimmy Webster, Bruce Robertson. 
Second row: Edward Browder, Frankie 
Barr, John Snider, Bobby Mickey, 
Jimmy Tedder, Ronnie Mabe. 



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Student Council President, Jack Bovender, presides at an officers' meeting attended by Freya Johnson, Vice-President; 
Betty Badgett, Treasurer; Nancy Hall, Corresponding Secretary; and Pam Kirby, Recording Secretary. 



In student organizations we develop valuable 
knowledge and experience in planning a course of action. 
Students, under the capable guidance of faculty advisers, 
are responsible for the activities of student organizations. . . 
The school newspaper. . .the school science fair... the 
recognition of service and scholarship. . .the assembly 
programs. . .the hall bulletin board displays. . .im- 



provements to the school grounds, . .the publishing of the 
EAGLE. . .the developing of farm and home leadership. . . 
practice and increased learning in business and mathe- 
matics. . .the training for future leadership., .these were 
contributions that students at King High helped to plan 
in 1962-1963. 



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Student 




MISS KATHLEEN HALL 



Members of the Ways and Means 
C o mmi tte e— Mary Jane Tuttle, 
Gary Smith, and Grady Stone— are 
responsible f o r financing the 
activities of the Student Council. 



The Assembly Committee 
meets to plan chapel programs for 
the year. Members are Sandra 
Newsome, Karen Edwards, and 
Glenn Gentry. 



The Student Council serves to unite all groups of the 
high school student body. Members are selected from 
each homeroom, from each student club and organization, 
and officers are elected by the student body. Council 
activities for the year have included school socials, 
assembly programs, a get -out -and -vote campaign for 
school consolidation, and a program for senior assistance 
to underclassmen. 



Seated; Joann Southern, Janice Redding, Carolyn Slate, Diane Boyles, 
Karen Edwards, Carole Brandon, Mary Ann Gentry, Frankye PuUiam, Penny 
Smith, Patricia Hunter, Patricia Keiger, .Second row: Jackie Bovender, 
Charles Covington, Benny Jeffords, Sandra Newsome, Nancy Hill, Kay 
Tuttle, Judy Mickey, Charles Darnell, Jimmy Tedder, Henry Mabe, Pam 



Kiser, Mary Ann Kirby, Beverly Kiser, Judy Martin. Third row: Barry Hall, 
John Snider, Steve Covington, Frankie Barr. Tommy Jessup, Danny Cox, 
Larry Smith, Jimmy Ashby, Gary Smith, Gary Hall, Perry Carroll, Clydie 
Moorefield, Ronnie Westmoreland, Glenn Gentry. 




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Council 




Members of the School Grounds Committee, 
Ronnie Mabe and Ronnie Westmoreland, s e t an 
example for other students in keeping the grounds 
clean. 




Two members of the Bulletin Board Committee, 
Mary Ann Kirby and Beverly Kiser, work on an autumn 
display using natural materials. 



Library Club 



Seated: Bonnie Kirby, Jo Ann Southern, Mrs. Moser, 
Librarian. Standing: Diane Browder, Bonnie Gravely, 



Sylvia Sprinkle, Janice Redding, Ha ze 1 Parris, Melba 
Craddock. 




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Senior Science Club 



The Senior Engineers' Science Club consists of those 
students who have displayed a particular interest in 
biology, physics, or chemistry. 

Its members help to promote the school and county 
science fairs. Professional men in the field of science 
have rendered valuable service to the club. 




Officers: Lawrence Voss, Vice-President; Jimmy Loggins, Reporter; Junior 
Collins, Membership Chairman; Bobby Moore, President; Susan Johnson, Secre- 
tary. 



MRS. ALENE GRAVITT 
Sponsor 



First row: Jimmy Loggins, Junior Collins, Bobby Moore, 
Susan Johnson, Lawrence Voss, Kathy Johnson, Brenda 
Collins, Sandra Wolff. Second row: Jackie Bovender, 
Bonnie Kirby, Karen Edwards, Mary Jane Tattle, Nancy 
Hall, Mary Ann Gentry, Phyllis Love, Pat Boyles, Carole 



Brandon, Perry Carroll. Third row: Terry Bowman, Larry 
Boles, Johnny Mitchell, Gary Smith, Johnny Hall, Earl 
Voss, Douglas Smoot, Glenn Gentry, Steve Boyles, 
Harold Timmons, Katherine Moore. 




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Junior Science Club 



The Junior Engineers' Science Club has as its members 
those students in the eighth and ninth grades who have an 
aptitude for scientific study. The Club seeks to encourage 
its m e mb e rs to continue their study of science at the 
senior high school level. 




MR. MELVm HUNTER 
Sponsor 




Officers: Husky Moser, President; Penny Smith, Membership Chairman; 
Patricia Keiger, Secretary; Brenda Hauser, Treasurer. 



First row: Beverly Kiser, Gail Gordon, Joyce Slate, Judith 
Tedder, Brenda Hauser, Be tty Duggins, Anyce Smith, 
Penny Smith. Second row: Patricia Keiger, Catherine 
Covington, Billy Stanley, Betty Dodson, Benny Matthews, 



Teresa Moser, Husky Moser, Marlin Smith. Third row: 
Sammy Newsome, Brent Carroll, Joel New, David New, 
Charles Kirby, Charles Covington, Grady Stone. 




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Hi-Lite Staff 







Seated, first row: Jimmy Loggins, Katherine Moore, Pat 
Boyles. Second row. Steve Boyles, Karen Bolejack, 
Bonnie Gravely. Third row: Mary Ann Gentry, Karen 
Edwards, Wanda Stone. Fourth row: Judy Tabor, Bonnie 
Kirby, Doris Long. Standing: Nancy Hall, Sandra 



Newsome, Steve Covington, Frances Stewart, Mary Jane 
Tuttle, Bobby Moore, Jeanette Fulton, Ellen Neal, 
Susan Johnson, Susan Griffin, Hazel Parris, Sandra Lawson, 
Diane Boyles, Carole Brandon, Steve Pulliam, Jackie 
Bovender. 




The Hi -Lite took on a new look this year as 
the paper was commercially printed for the first 
time. The school newspaper attempts to offer 
information concerning the academic, social, and 
sports activities of the student body. 



CAROLE BRANDON 
Editor 



MISS VIRGINIA MOOREFIELD 
Sponsor 





GLORD\ DUGGINS 
Associate Editor 



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Beta Club 




First row: Mary Ann Gentry, Carole Brandon, Jackie 
Bovender, Karen Edwards, Bobby Moore, Susan Johnson, 
Larry Boles. Second row: Sandra Lawson, Donna Roberts, 
Steve Boyles, Betty Badgett, Don Mabe, Bonnie Gravely, 
Earl Voss. Third row: Terry Bowman, Jimmy Ashby, Judy 



Watts, Pam Kirby, Jeanette Fulton, Katherine Moore, 
Clydie Moorefield. Fourth row: Janice Redding, Perry 
Carroll, Johnny Hall, Gary Smith, Sandra Wolff, 
Treasurer; Freya Johnson, Secretary; Lawrence Voss, 
Vice-President. 




The Beta Club is an honorary organization for 
students outstanding in achievement, leadership, 
and character. Its purpose is to render service to 
the school, to encourage its members to higher 
standards of excellence, and to encourage its 
members to continue their education beyond high 
school. 




BONNIE KIRBY 
President 



MRS. JANE PEDIGO 
Sponsor 



As a part of the initiation activities, new members are auctioned as slaves on Worm Day. 




Alpha Delta 
Mathematics Club 



The Alpha Delta Mathematics Club is made 
up of those students who have a special interest in 
math and who wish to pursue its study beyond the 
prescribed class courses. 



OFFICERS 
Mary Ann Gentry, President; Susan Johnson, Vice- 
President; Pam Kirby, Secretary; Bobby Moore, 
Treasurer; Peggy Jo Mabe, Reporter; Mr. James 
Underwood, Sponsor. 




Left to right: Karen Edwards, Diane Browder, Sandra 
Newsome, Bonnie Kirby, Mr. Underwood, Brenda Collins, 
Terry Bowman, Carole Brandon, Judy Collins, Nancy 
Hall, Johnny Hall, Frances Stewart, Peggy Jo Mabe, 



Steve Boyles, Betty Badgett, Earl Voss, Bonnie Gravely, 
Larry Boles, Linda Fulk, Susan Griffin, Jackie Bovender, 
Pam Kirby, Freya Johnson. i - 




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Future Business 
Leaders 



The King chapter of the Future Business Leaders 
of America offers students in typing, shorthand, 
and bookkeeping an opportunity to re 1 at e their 
classroom study to the work experiences in the 
business world. Many members of the organization 
plan to enter business voactions. 



OFFICERS 
Wayne Slate, President; Lawrence Voss, Vice- 
President; Mary Jane Tuttle, Corresponding Secre- 
tary; Pam Kiser, Recording Secretary; Karen 
Edwards, Treasurer; Miss Virginia Moorefield, 
Sponsor. 



Left to right: Janice Redding, Mary Jane Tuttle, Jimmy 
Webster, Sandra Vogler, Junior Collins, Joarm Southern, 
Lawrence Voss, Nancy Hall, Sylvia Sprinkle, Mary Ann 



Gentry, Frances Stewart, Bonnie Gravely, Diane Browder, 
Karen Edwards, Judy Barr, Judy Tabor, Calvin Voss, 
Hazel Parris, Bobby Mickey, Carole Brandon, Doris Long. 




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Future Farmers of America 

The Future Farmers of America is a practical organization 
which gives its members the opportunity to apply what they 
have learned in classes of vocational agriculture. Each member 
gains valuable experience in carrying out individual projects, 
in exercising team work, and in growth toward farm leadership. 
The King chapter has won many banners and awards in local 
and district competitions this year. 





Jimmy Tedder, President; Ronnie Mabe, 
Reporter; Kent Kiser, Secretary, 

First row: D. Cromer, G. Hunter, R. Inman,F. James, G. Hall, J. Mickey, 
E. Browder, G. Gentry, E. Conrad, J. Tedder, J. Mabe, R. Hauser, 
V. Vogler, C. Voss, S. Moore, L. Tuttle, J. Goff, J. Cox, J. Hauser, 
Second row: R. Tedder, G. Palmer, J. Stanley, E. White, J. Joyce, R. Hall, 
G. Cromer, D. Smith, D. Love, E. Smith, J. Calloway, N. Smith, 
K. Kiser, R. Stevens, B. Mickey, D. Southern, J. Johnson, R. Binkley, 
R. Goff, L. Ingram, R. Wall, D. James. Third row: W. White, J. Vogler, 



John Snider, Vice-President; Bobby Mickey, 
Treasurer; E. R. Conrad, Sentinel. 

R. Mabe, B. Calloway, B. McGee, H. Tedder, B. Slate, G. Bennett, 
B. Chambers, R. Gibson, C. McKinney, S. Pulliam, R. Donathan, 
D. Gordon, R. Slate, F. Barr, B. Robertson, J. Gibson, T. Wood, C. Shouse, 
D.Boyles, S. Smith, D. White. Fourth row: J. Wilson, J. Loggins, R. White, 

A. Hicks, R. Essick, D. Brandon, J. Speas, G. Bermett, D. Gibson, 
W. Davis, R. Hall, K. Hartgrove, G. Hicks, M. Richardson, R. Marshall, 

B. Webster, E. Boyles, J. Essick, C. Atkins, J. Snider, R. Fulk. 







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Future Homemakers 
of America 



The Future Homemakers of America takes its membership 
from classes in vocational home economics. It stresses not only 
the skills essential to homemaking but also those values which 
contribute to character and leadership in home and community 
and in many career opportunities for young women. 



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Mary Jane Tut tie, President; Rebecca 
Spainhour, Vice-President; Carolyn Baker, 
Reporter . 

First row: S. Johnson, D. Carroll, N. Tuttle, S. Sprinkle, B. Dodson, 
D. Long, B. Riser, P. Smith, P. Kiser, M. Tuttle, G. Gordon, S. Slack, 
V. Calloway, J. Brown, S. Smith, P. Watts, F. PuUiam, K. Carroll, 
K. Edwards, C. Brandon. Second row: N. Hall, S. Newsome, A. Johnson, 
L. Hunter, B. Booze, W. Davis, P. Kieger, E. McKnight, D. Roberts, 



Diane Browder, Secretary'; Janice Redding, 
Treasurer; Mrs. Patterson, Sponsor. 



M. Warner, H. Parris, J. Brown, J. Collins, B. Hauser, B. Duggins, 
S. Holder, J. Mickey, L. Kiser, J. Crews, S. Hunter, G. Lawson. Third 
row: B. Lewis, P. Mabe, D. Holder, G. Smith, R. Spainhour, C.Baker, 
J. Southern, J. Redding, M. Gentry, K. Fuquay, J. Needham, D. Meadows, 
J. Tedder, A. Smith, B. Felts, F. Stewart, D. Browder. 





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MR. JAMES UNDERWOOD 
Sponsor 




NANCY HALL and PAM KISER 
Typists 




HAZEL PARRIS 
Feature Editor 



JANICE REDDING 
Activities Editor 



CALVIN VOSS 
Sports Editor 



FREYA JOHNSON 
Junior Editor 




Selling ads, taking subscriptions, planning lay-outs, 
arranging for photography— these are the initial steps in 
planning a yearbook. Then come the identification of 
pictures, hunting the information for copy, the rush to 
complete art work, the innumerable hours of writing and 
counting and typing before the final wrapping -up to meet 
the deadline. The 1963 EAGLE staff has conscientiously 
endeavored to record in word and picture a balanced 
story of the many facets of life at King School. To our 
sponsors, faculty, advertisers, publishers, and those 
seniors not on the staff, we acknowledge a debt of 
gratitude for their time and effort in contributi::ig to the 
1963 EAGLE. 




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Eagle Staff 



FRANCES STEWART STEVE PULLIAM 

Business Manager Assistant Business Manager 





BONNIE KIRBY 
Editor 



KAREN EDWARDS 
Associate Editor 



STEVE COVINGTON, Photography Editor; BONNIE GRAVELY Elementary Editor- MARY 
JANE TUTTLE, High School Editor o , i u^t^i 



MISS VIRGINIA MOOREFIELD 
Sponsor 






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Members of King High School Band line up for parade on the eve of the Stokes County Fair. 



In a musical performance, in a class play, in a 
pageant traditional at King High, in a basketball tourna- 
ment, in a heated debate, we play our roles with the 
same energy and enthusiasm that we apply to our aca- 



demic work. These features of our school life have won 
recognition not only in our community but also through- 
out the county and state. 



King High Band 



Band members as shown on preceding page, first row: 
Chris Wood, Perry Carroll, David New, Maurice 
Marshall, Katherine Stewart, Joseph Gentry, Don 
Mabe. Second row: Michael Rierson, Phillip 
Westmoreland, Eddie Hall, Bruce Holder, Susan Slate, 
Vance Hall, Phillip Newsome. Third row: Barney 
Newsome, Bobby Moore, Edgar Moore, Danny Hayes, 
Jeanette Fulton, Glenn Wall, Brent Smith. 





Members of the band study and practice during their 
regular class period. 



MR. ROBERT MILLS, Director 



Band Majorettes: Katherine Moore, Chief; Ann Pruitt, Joyce Slate, Phyllis Love, Diane Boyles, Patricia Boyles. 




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Band Sweetheart 



DIANE BOYLES 



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Piano 



Left to right: Carolyn Thurman, Linda Tuttle, Gary Hauser. Catherine 
Covington, Vicki Law, Sandra Holder, Belinda Moser, Rose Ann Tuttle , 
Cecelia Carroll, Harold Timmons, Brenda Westmoreland, Penny Smith, 



Teresia Moser, Mary Ann McGee, Pat Keiger, DianeNeedham, Kathy Craig, 
Miss Viola Tuttle, Teacher. 



MISS VIOLA TUTTLE 
Piano Instructor 




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Club 




First row: Diane Boyles, Doris Long, Hazel Parris, Pam Kiser, Brenda 
Hauser, Brent Smith, Ronald Bennett, Mike Boyles, Bruce Robertson, 
Charles Darnell, Susan Griffin, Carolyn Slate, Sylvia Wall, Peggy 
Gordon, Diance Browder, Linda Covington. Second row: Ellen Neal, 
Linda Key, Norma Newsome, Louise Flippin, Norma Edmonds, Joan 
Southern, Janice Redding, Peggy Edmonds, Ann Pruitt, Sara Lawson, 
Sandra Wolfe, Nancy Newsome, Penny Smith, Judith Tedder, Phyllis 
Love, Gloria Duggins, Dee Carroll, Frances Stewart. Third row: Richard 
Gibson, Norma Tuttle, Becky Spainhour, Jcanette T utt 1 e, David 
Southern, Leon Lankford, Wayne Slate, James Gibson, Jimmy Hauser, 
Billy Chambers, James Cox, Jane Covington, Judy Harrison, Judy 
Martin, Doris Webster, Judy Atwood, Sandra Lawson. 



MRS. REBECCA MOSER 
Glee Club Director 




Students 



First row: Ronnie Voss, Stanley Hartgrove, Terry Boles, Weldon Keiger, 
Tim Tedder, Terry Hall, Merle Lynch. Second row: Steve Ebert, Sherryl 
Needham, Janet Boyles, Donna Bolejack, Debbie Boyles, Marilyn Moore, 
June Stanley, Vicki Smitherman, Joan Lawson, Cynthia Butner, Vicki 
Spainhour, Melodie Griffin. Third row: Nell Jo Covington, Jill Tedder, 
Wanda Helsabeck, Beth Keiger, Jeffrey Wood, Rhonda Craig, Linda Smith, 



Gerri Lynn Hooker, Martha Smith, Ann Holder, Suzan Gamer, Carol McGee, 
Mary Ellen Rierson, Paula Bennett, Sarah Johnson, Miss Viola Tuttle, 
Teacher. Fourth row: Brenda Edwards, Mary Sue Davis, Joan Tedder, Jan 
Roberts, Lydia Calloway, Bennie Lawson, Susan Adkins, Bill Tedder, Linda 
Jones, Janice Priddy. 




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SANDY VOGLER 




Girls' 



BARBARA COVINGTON 



BRENDA COLLINS 



First row: Hazel Parris, Manager; Phyllis Watts, Linda 
Cromer, Brenda Collins, Barbara Covington, Sylvia 
Sprinkle, Judy Bar r, Gail Gordon, Betty Jo Petree, 
Kathleen Fuquay. Second row: Jean Collins, Judy Brown, 



Penny Smith, Diane Boyles, Ellen Neal, Anyce Smith, 
Betty Duggins, Betty Jean Dodson, Nancetta 
Westmoreland, Sandy Vogler. 




Basketball 






JUDY BARR 



LINDA CROMER 



SYLVIA SPRINKLE 




SCHEDULE 

December 1 Pine Hall Home 

7 Lawsonville Away 

14 Mineral Springs Home 

18 Francisco Away 

20 Pinnacle Home 

January 4 East Bend Home 

1 1 Francisco Home 

12 Northwest Away 

18 Walnut Cove Away 

22 Mineral Springs Away 

25 Lawsonville Home 

February 1 Pinnacle Away 

2 East Forsyth Away 

5 Nancy Reynolds Away 

9 Northwest Forsyth Home 

15 Pine Hall Away 

19 Walnut Cove Home 

23 East Forsyth Home 



MR. SID WILLIAMS 
Coach 




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Boys' 




FRANKE BARR 



JIMMY WEBSTER 



The boys' basketball team has upheld the King 
tradition of a winning team with admirable sportsman- 
ship. Seniors Billy Webster and Calvin Voss have con- 
tributed many points to the score column. With the 
aid of underclassmen such as Harvey Guy Tedder and 
David Smith, the King team has enjoyed a successful 
season. 




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DOUGLAS SMOOT 



CALVIN VOSS 



First row: Douglas Smoot, Frankie Barr, Billy Webster, 
Calvin Voss, Jimmy Webster, Steve Boyles. Second row: 
Nicky Newsome, Manager; Harvey Guy Tedder, David 



Smith, Franklin Sells, R. C, Gordon, Arthur Smith, 
Barry Hall. 




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Cheerleaders 



First row: Patricia Boyles, Karen Edwards, Susan Johnson, 
Dee Carroll. Second row: Carole Brandon, Sandra 
Newsome, Chief; Nancy Hall. 



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Baseball Team 






MR. DOUG PEDIGO 
Assistant Coach 



DONALD JAMES 



STEVE COVINGTON 



First row: Steve Covington, Harold Smith, R. C. Gordon, 
Arthur Smith, Steve Boyles, Donald James, Manager, 
Second row: Bobby Moore, Charles Covington, Harvey 



Guy Tedder, Bobby Slate, Larry Wood, Frank James, 
Barry Hall and Nicky Newsome, Managers. 







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"Great Caesar's Ghost" 



Mrs. Mary Marinus, director of 
the senior play, demonstrates 
special effects to J un io r Collins, 
who played the Majah. 




Bruce Robertson, playing the part of a rowdy teenager, eludes the cook, 
Melba Craddock, as Steve Pulliam, the butler, looks on. 



Rehearsing the third act are members of the cast: 
Frankie Barr, Bruce Robertson, Judy Tabor, Sandra 



Newsome, FayeFlippin, Frances Stewart, Karen Edwards, 
and Jackie Bovender. 




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LAWRENCE VOSS 




BONNIE GRAVELY 



Most Studious 



Bonnie and Lawrence have approached their work in high school with seriousness 
and perserverance . They have made enviable records: Bonnie leads her class scho- 
lastically, and Lawrence has maintained a high average. Both have been active in 
those student activities related to academic work. 




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BONNIE KIRBY 



Most Likely To Succeed 

Of the senior class, Bonnie and John have been elected most likely to succeed. 
Their undertakings in high school have shown that they pursue conscientiously each 
project to a successful conclusion. John, as president, has led his class through an 
outstanding senior year; Bonnie has served as a capable editor of the EAGLE. 





JOHN SNIDER 





DOUGLAS SMOOT 




Best All Around 



Voted best all around seniors, Doug and Sylvia have participated in many phases 
of school life. Each has taken part in the varsity athletic program, has been active 
in school organizations, and has been successful in academic endeavors. 



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MARY ANN GENTRY 



Best Personalities 



Versatile, popular, witty, and talented are adjectives that describe Mary Ann 
and Jimmy. Both enjoy being with other people, both are musically talented, and 
both have a cheerful outlook on life. Their friendliness and pleasant dispositions 
truly give them the best personalities in the senior class. 





JIMMY TEDDER 




X 



■I •_ I 




PAM KISER 




E. R. CONRAD 



Best Looking 



Pam, with her striking blond coloring and charming attractiveness, and E. R. 
with his dark, han>^some features, were easily selected as the best looking seniors. 
In addition to their good looks, they are well liked for their pleasant dispositions and 
friendly ways. 




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Most Athletic 



The King basketball teams have been assisted in a valuable way by two outstand- 
ing seniors. Calvin and Judy became varsity players as freshmen. Much of the credit 
for the successes of the 1963 season belongs to Judy and Calvin. 



CALVIN VOSS 




JUDY BARR 






n 




Miss King High 



1^' 




Attendants 



Seniors: Pam Kiser, Maid of Honor; Sandra Newsome, 
Carole Brandon. Juniors: Rebecca Spainhour and Betty 
Badgett. Sophomores: Marilyn New, Ellen Neal, and 
Brenda Collins. Freshmen: Brenda Westmoreland, 
Nancetta Westmoreland, and Frankye PuUiam. 





Varsity Debaters 



Carole Brandon 
Jack Bovender 
Sandra Newsome 
Mrs. Marinus, Coach 



Marshals 



Bonnie Gravely, Chief 
Bonnie Kirby, Co-Chief 
Jack Bovender 
Nancy Hall 




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PAM KISER 
NANCY HALL 




Representatives To Girls' State 

Each year the American Legion Auxiliary sponsors two girls who attend Girls' State 
which is held on the campus of Woman's College. The American Legion and the Lions 
Club sponsor two boys as representatives to Boys' State at the University of North 
Carolina.. Representatives from junior classes from all parts of the state establish and 
operate a mock state government. The purpose of Boys' and Girls' State is to inform 
young people of the functions of the state government and to train them for civic 
leadership. 

Representatives To Boys' State 



JOHN SNIDER 
JACK BOVENDER 




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Jack Bovender, elected Governor of Boys' State, 
presides at a meeting of the delegates. 



Governor of Boys' State 




Jack, with other delegates to Boys' Nation, meets Secre- 
tary of Commerce, Luther Hodges. 



Jack Bovender, one of King's representatives to Boy^' 
State, won recognition for himself and his school and 
community by winning the public speaking contest and 
being elected Governor of Boys' State. Jack then was 
selectedto attend Boys 'Nation where he became majority 
leader of the Senate. 



In a general session of Boys' Nation, the delegates study the national government. 




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Within These Walls 




. , .another busy school year has come to a close. . . .For some of us the sounds of life at King 
High will be heard no more; but wherever the future leads us, the echoes of our life within these 
walls will resound. . .and speak to us. 



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Advertisements 










We PcuU&ni/ie . . . 



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Those business men and women who have supported 
the EAGLE by buying advertising space have contributed 
in no small measure to our school life. The yearbook 
with its record of events and accomplishments serves as 



an incentive and reward for student achievement and 
participation. To you, our advertisers, we are grateful; 
and we shall always regard you as our friends and sup- 
porters of our school's program. 



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COX FUNERAL HOME | 




24 Hour 


Service 




Telephone 


388-2233 


Pilol- Mountain, 


North Carolina 


THE 


HOME LIKE, 


FUNERAL HOME 



King 



GEORGE'S PLACE 
YU-3-8775 

North Carolina 



HOOKER-LILLY ELECTRIC COMPANY 

King 

North Carolina 



King 



KING FARM SUPPLY 

Feed, Seed, Fertilizer 

Unico Electrical Appliances 

Phone 98-2-9395 

North Carolina 



Compliments of 
DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO. 
Winston-Salem North Carolina 



King 



Compliments of 
SOUTHSIDE BARBER SHOP 

North Carolina 



WEAVER-MAINTENANCE SUPPLY INC. 

308 West 6th St. Winston-Salem, N.C. 

Janitorial Supplies Cleaning Chemicals 

Power Equipment 

Phone PA-4-6374 or PA-4-6375 



Compliments of 
HILL'S LEXINGTON BARBECUE 



For Year Round Comfort. .Call . . . . 

GRIFFIN HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING 

Telephone 725-6868 

4281 Patterson Ave., Ext. 

Winston-Salem North Carolina 



Compliments of 






ROMINGER FURNITURE CO. 




PA-4-7411 






Established 1900 






Winston-Salem 


North Caro 


ina 





CompI 


iments of 






H & C PIE COMPANY 






805 N. 


C.23rd St. 




Winston- 


-Salem 


North Caro 


ina 





TAYLOR'S WAREHOUSE CO. 




Sell with 


your 


Friends 


Pai 


jl T. Taylor 




Kelly Ritter 


Par 


•is Pepper 




John Nelson 



Compliments of 

TEDDER PLUMBING COMPANY 

E.B. Tedder, Owner 



FERGUSON'S ATLANTIC SERVICE 

Washing - Groceries - Lubrication 

Oil Changing - Fisk Tires 

We give S & H Green Stamps 

Route 1, King, North Carolina 

"ATLANTIC keeps your car on the GO" 



Compliments of 
A FRIEND 



Compliments of 

OLDTOWN AND STANLEYVILLE 

CLEANERS 



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R. H. Shell Service 

Wesley Hunsucker 

Lubrication Oi 

Gas 





King Insurance Service, Inc. 




Service Means a Lot 




P.O. Box 516 Phone 983-3195 


-J4 


King, North Carolina 




R.S. "Bill" McGee, Manager 



Cook's 


W 


are 


house 


P.H. Thomas 






W.R. Fowler 


B.E. Cook 




c. 


I. Strickland, Jr. 


Doug Cook 






Julian Vaughn 


Fred McLaughlin 






Garland Griffin 




PA 4-9239 




"Morni 


ng sale 


every 


day" 







Herman's 








Clothing - Shoes 








The Style Center 








Famous Name Brands 




98- 


-39621 


King, North Caro 


ina 



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King 



Compliments of 
KISER'S GROCERY 

North Carolina 



Esso 


Produ 


cts 


Maytag Washers 1 






BOAZ MOTOR CO. 


Mrs. 


R.C. 


Boaz 


R.J. Boaz 






368- 


-2635 


Pilot 


Mout 


itain 


North Carolina 



GRIFFIN INSURANCE AGENCY 

Fire and Liability Insurance 

YU-3-9002 

Renard Griffin, General Agent 

Sue Griffin, Secretary 



Small Loan Headquarters 

CITY FINANCE COMPANY 

114 W. 3rd St. 

Winston-Salem North Carolina 



MOOREFIELD'S FLOWER SHOP 

Flowers for all Occasions 

Bulbs - Plants - Perennials 

Cut Flowers - Corsages 

Funeral Designs 

Phone YU 3-5851 King, North Carolina 



^ Compliments of 
J.V. STANLEY & SONS 



Rural Hal 



Compliments of 
SHOUSE'S GRILL 

North Carolina 



NEEDHAM FUNERAL HOME AND CHAPEL 


Oxygen 


Equipped and 2 -Way Radios 


Air 


-Conditioned Ambulance 


368-2522 


or 368-2236 


Pilot Mountain North Carolina 



King 



Compliments of 
SLATE FUNERAL HOME 

North Carolina 



BILL OGBURNS RESTAURANT 

24 Hour Service 

Private Dining Room 

PA 5-9459 

Winston-Salem Mount Airy 



King 



Compliments of 
KING SHELL SERVICE 

North Carolina 







A. A. MOSER & SON 






Feeds 


Seeds, Fertilizer, 


Insecticides 






Peat Moss, Garden 


Supplies & Groceries 






Fast Dependable 


Deliv( 


;ry Service 




PA 


2-6483 






PA 4- 


4302 






533-535 N. 


Trade 


Street 







MODERNETTE BEAUTY SALON 


Hagar Duggins 




WO-9-5119 






Highway 


66 


Rura 


Hall 




North Carolina 



Amos E. Smith 

Agent 

SMITH & DOUGLAS FERTILIZER 



1906 






1963 






CompI 


iments of 


COMMERCIAL & FARMERS BANK 


Rural 


Hall 




North Carolina 



Compliments of 
A FRIEND 



no 



THE NORTHWESTERN BANK 




King, North Carolina 



Kooler's Food Center 



Phone 98-3-9775 



King, North Carolina 



CompI 


ments of 




Gordon's 


Hard 


ware 


A Complete L 


ne of Hardware 


Mitchel 




Loman 


King, North Carolina 




Phone 983-8595 



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PIEDMONT MOBILE HOMES 










WILSON BROTHERS 
LUMBER COMPANY 



Ail Kinds of Building Materials 

"From Tree to Key" 
Construction 



Commercial 



Residential 



Phone 969-2215 



Rural Hall 



North Carolina 



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Desco 


Sales Com 


pany 


Cottons — Woolens — Notions 


Miscellaneous Merchandise — Camping Supplies 




Phone 983-3313 






King, North Carolina 




D.S. Blakely 




J.R. Beasley 



Ashburn & Lisk Accounting Service 



King, North Carolina Phone 983-3102 



Compliments of 

Town House 
Motor Lodge and Restaurant 

Patterson Avenue Extension 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

Phone 725-0491 





CompI 


iments of 








Family 


Drive 


-In 






ng. North Carolina Phone 


983- 


3352 



113 



Authorized Bulova Dealer 
We Repair All Makes of Fine Wafches 

L. M. Long and Son 

Jewelers and Watchmakers 
King, North Carolina 



Wall-Griffin Tire Co. 

Recapping, Wheel Alignment 
Wheel Balancing 

Phone 98-3-8891 King, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

King Furniture Company 

Complete Home Furnishings 
Phone Yu -3-9762 



7-Up Bottling Company 

Nothing Does it Like Seven-Up 
Winston-Salem North Carolina 



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STOKES COUNTY BRANCH 
MT. AIRY 
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSN. 




Phone 983-3198 



King, North Carolina Marvin D. Gentry, Manager 





TINY 


DINY 






There' 


s no place lik 


e This Place, near 


This 


place. 


Just like Thi; 


> place, so This 


must be j 




the 


place. 








Phone 


983-9305 








King, No 


rth Carolina 







115 



J. 


Earl Griffin 


Plumbi 


ng - Heating - Septic Tanks 


Route # 1 


King, North Carolina 




Phone 969-5491 



Mac's Garage 




Welding and Mechanic Work 




Upholstering 




For 




Furniture and Cars 







Compliments of 




Pilot Moun 


tain Ford Motor 

Cars and Trucks 
Phone 368-2257 


Co. 





Com 


pliments of 


Grower's 


Warehouse 




Phone 


i PA 4-3688 


Winston-Salem 




North Carolina 



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WINSTON MOBILE HOMES 




S-S-S-S-S-S-S- 



-S-S-S-SPARKLE! 
Have a Coke! 




KTIIICS TKAOC-MARN 



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Every human being, created in the image of God, Is endowed with 
a power akin to that of the Creator— Individuality, power to think and 
do. The men in whom this power is developed are the men who bear 
Responsibilities, whoare leaders in enterprise, and influence Character. 
It is the work of true education to develop this power; to train the youth 
to be thinkers, and not mere reflectors of other men's thought. Instead 
of confining their study to that which men have said or written, let 
students be directed to the sources of truth, to the vast fields opened 
for research in nature and revelation. Let them contemplate the great 
facts of duty and destiny, and the mind will expand and strengthen. 
Instead of educated weaklings, institutions of learning may send forth 
men strong to think and to act, men who are masters and not slaves of 
circumstances, men who possess breadth of mind, clearness of thought, 
and the courage of their convictions. 

Such an education provides more than mental discipline; it provides 
more than physical training. It strengthens the Character, so that truth 
and uprightness are not sacrificed to selfish desire or worldly ambition. 
It fortifies the mind against Evil. Instead of some master passion be- 
coming a power to destroy, every motive and desire are brought into 
conformity to the great principles of Right. As the perfection of His 
character is dwelt upon, the mind is renewed, and the soul is recreat- 
ed in the image of God. 

What education can be higher than this? What can equal it in 
value? 

JONES STUDIO 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 



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PRINCLE READY MIX CEMENT CO 



Rural Hall 



North Carolina 



Phone 969-5107 




119 



King Beauty Shoppe 



Yu-3-3575 



Peggy and Albert Newsom 



Boles Hardware Company 



Paint - Hardware - Appliances 

Sporting Goods - Toys 

Maytag - Westinghouse 

"We Service What We Sell" 

King Pinnacle 

James and Frances Tedder Ernest Boles 

Phone YU 3-8935 EM 8-2592 



Rural Hall Lanes 


One Mile 


North of Rural Hall on 

Air Conditioned 

All Night Bowling 
Friday and Saturday 


Hwy. 52 



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WALL Glade Hill FUNERAL CMAPEL 

120O GLADE AT WEST FIFTH STREET 
WINSTON-SALEM. N. C. 



"The Typewriter show 
place of the year. " 

Royal Typewriters 

KELLY TYPEWRITER COMPANY 



616 West Fourth Street 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 
Sales - Service - Rental 



King 



Compliments of 

DAIRI-0 

Home-made Ice-Cream 
Fountain Drinks 

North Carolina 



Compliments of 

ESTHER'S BEAUTY SHOP 



YU-3-8130 



King 



North Carolina 



RUPERT HALL 

Agent 

Nationwide Mutual Ins. Co's, 

"Service, None Better" 



KING MILLING CO. 

Manufacturers of 
Family Friend Flour-Cherokee Corn Meal 

King Dog Food 

Phone 983-9843 Box No. 157 

King, North Carolina 

Bill and Don Burge 



Compliments of 

WALL DRY CLEANERS 

Phone WO 9-3385 

Rural Hall North Carolina 

"Best in Cleaning" 



JOE COVINGTON 
ESSO-SERVICE 

ESSO Gas and Oil 

Goodyear Tires and Tubes 

Del CO Batteries - Groceries 

Route # 1 



King 



North Carolina 



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J. 


C. Boles Self-Service 




Groceries - Meats - Produce 




Dry Goods - Feeds - Flour - Fertilizer 




Phone EMerson 8-2508 




Pinnacle, North Carolina 



Lawson's Garage 

Complete Auto Repair 

Automatic Transmission Service 

Wrecker Service 
Day 98-3-9750 Night 98-3-8801 



King Meat Market 



King 98-3-8515 

We specialize in fresh 
meats and produce. 



Ellis Ashburn 

Complete Office and School Supplies 

Books - Bibles - Games - Gifts 

Art and Drafting Supplies 

Northside Shopping Center 

Phone PA 3-0715 
Your Patronage Appreciated 



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We 


ste 


rn 


A 

K 


uto Associa 

The Family Store 
R.H. Gentry 
Ing, North Carolina 
Phone 983-3440 


te 


Store 



K 


ing 


Fuel Oil Supply 


Com 


pany 








Wholesale Dealer - Esso Prod 


ucts 






Phone 98 


-3-5685 King, 


North Carolina 








Printed Meter Service 












Fuel for Home and Farm 












Esso Furnaces and Burner Service 













Harris 












Wholesale Builders Supply, Inc. 














The Builders' Supermarket 












Buildi 


ng Supplies, Paints and Plumbir 


>g 




P.O. 


Box 


305- 


-605 N 


. Main Street, Pilot Mountain, 


North Car 


'ollna 


Phone 368 


-2256 




368- 


-2257 



Ban 


k 


of Pile 


t Mountain 






Complete Bank 


ing Service 






C. 


I.M. Gordon — President 

J.W. Gordon — Cashier 

W. Thomas — Assistant Cash 


er 


Pilot Mounta" 


n 






North Carolina 



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Rural 


Complimenl-s of 

WARREN'S DRUGS 

Hall North Carol 


ina 



VADEN AND TURNER 
ESSO SERVICE 

Emergency AAA Service 

Lubrication— Battery Service 

Tire, Wheel Balancing 

U.S. Route 52 - Phone WO 9-4453 

Rural Hall, North Carolina 

Ice Blocked Bags 



MOOREFIELD ESSO SERVICE 



Grease Jobs — Oil Change 
Tires — Tubes and Batteries 

Phone YU 3-8315 
King, North Carolina 



M.A. PICKETT'S 
5 and 10^ DEPT. STORE 

King, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

WARNER'S SERVICE 
AND GROCERIES 





Compliments of 






PILOT DRIVE-IN 




The 


Best in Movie Entertainment 




Pilot Mountain North Caro 


ina 



Compliments of 

J. ELLIS COON 

All Kinds of Insurance 

Day 98-3-8685 Home EM-82986 

King, North Carolina 



BOYLES FLORIST 

Flowers for all Occasions 

Cut Flowers - Corsages 

Potted Plants - Weddings 

Decorations - Funeral Designs 



Phone YU 3-8535 



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Hartgrove Fuel Oil Co. 


Kerosene 


GULF Fuel Oil 


Service Around th 


e Clock Rain or Shine - Just Call Us 




Burner Service 


YU 39655 


YU 33431 




King 




Alvin W. Hartgrove 




Owner and Operator 


2-Way R 


adio Equipped For Fast Service 



G 


rover 


Shugart Motors, 

Authorized Ford Dealer 


Inc. 


7 




Rural Hall, North Carolina 








Phone WO-9-2235 






"Don't 


Trade For Any Car Until You See Us" 





King Gulf Fuel Oil Service 

Tires - Batteries - Accessories 
Washing Service 

Operator: Harvey Hall 

King, North Carolina Phone 983-9655 





Compliments of 






Don 


's Barber 


Sh 


op 




King, North Carolina 






YU-3-5361 







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BOCOCK-STROUD COMPANY 



Sporting Goods 

Dependable for 35 Years 

Phone PA 4-2421 

Winsi-on-Salem, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

MOORE AND SLATE 



Distributor of Sealtest 



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PIEDMONT FEDERAL 
SAVINGS AND LOAN 

Current Rate - 4% Dividends 

Main Office Kernersviiie 

Corner, Third and Liberty Branch 

Northside Shopping Center 
Northside Branch Northside Shopping Center 



KING GUANO 


COMPANY 


Agrico _ 


Patapsco 


Robertson's 


Morris' 


. Priddy's 


Bough's 


Royster's 


V.C. 


Weaver's 


Zells 


These Fertilizers for sale 


at all times 


Chilton Tobacco Curers - Tobacco 


Barn Flue Pipes 


Bob Westmoreland 


J.W. Gentry 


Phone Yu-3-8865 | 


King, North Care 


)lina 



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Stan 


leyvi 


lie 


Pharmacy 


We Deliver 


in the Star 


ileyvi 


lie and Rural Hall Areas 


Intersection 


Highway 52 and 66 


Route 1 








Rural Hall, 


North Carolina 


Phone 377-2244 







CompI 


iments of 


'' 


One 


H 


our 


Mart 


inizing 


Winston-Sal( 


em 






North Carolina 



King 



FRIENDLY BEAUTY SHOP 

Helene Curtis, Rayette and Bonat 

Permanents 

Mrs. Annie K. Trawick 

Owner and Operator 
Gentry and Moser Bidg. 

North Carolina 



GEORGE TOLER 



969-2755 
Rural Hall 



969-2755 
North Carolina 



ATIONWIDE 

T" MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY 



DRAUGHON'S BUSINESS 
COLLEGE 

Place to take your Business Training 
Phone PA 2-0121 



Compliments of 

BRADY FURNITURE CO. 

Rural Hall North Carolina 



The Staff of the 

EAGLE 

wishes to express its appreciation 

to the many contributors to the annual. 



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STOKES MOTOR COMPANY 




Your Chevrolet Dealer 
King, North Carolina 



129 



Stultz Inc. Restaurant 

Sandwiches and Plate Lunches 

Private Dinners 
for Private Parties 



Call 377-2511 



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Autographs 



131. 



Autographs 



132 



Autographs 



133 



Autographs 



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Autographs 



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Autographs 



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